Seniors Who Are Truly Family

By: Karen Thomas When I was first asked to write a few paragraphs about Spiritual Links, two things came to mind: 1. Sister Sledge’s song “We Are Family” 2. Psalms 92:14 NIV – “They will still bear fruit in old age; they will stay fresh and green” The image of old age just a few years ago was Grandma and Grandpa sitting in rocking chairs [...]

June 13, 2024|

Vacation Bible School Hometown Nazareth = Opportunity

By: Lisa Davis  Vacation Bible School has been a part of my life as long as I can remember. A week of the summer that always felt like a little slice of heaven to me as a child. Going to church every evening? Playing games? Bible? Red Kool-Aid and homemade cookies? You betcha! I loved every minute. As an adult, I realize the hours of [...]

June 6, 2024|

Take Heart

By: Didi Bacon Our message series for the summer is going to be a journey through the book of Revelation. When I tell people that, their reaction has been mixed. Some are excited. They see the way the world is right now and believe that the messages of Revelation are more pertinent than ever. Others give me that look that says,“Are you sure? That is [...]

May 30, 2024|

2024 Mission Trip | Clarksville Tennessee

By: Aaron Adams & Tim Pride Each year, when Tim Pride and I begin to think about, pray over, and start the initial planning conversations about our summer mission trip, I feel a bit overwhelmed. I’m overwhelmed because there is so much to “figure out.” Where are we going to go? What organizations are we going to partner with? How will the supplies be funded? [...]

May 23, 2024|

Community Matters

By Beth Bartow For the past five years, my husband and I have been blessed with the opportunity to homeschool our three boys. While homeschooling can have its challenges some days, it has been one of the best decisions our family has made. As I reflect back to when we were debating on whether homeschooling was the right choice for our family, I remember that [...]

May 9, 2024|