Crushing Worry and Anxiety
September 1st, 2020
I think we’ve come to a point in our society when worry has become the pandemic.  Strangely, some of us seem to treat anxiety like a close friend we don’t’ want to lose:  You excuse it, make room for ...  Read More
4 E’s To a Stronger Faith
August 20th, 2020
This past Sunday our church celebrated 9 years living for the good of the community, the glory of Christ, and the salvation of all.  In many ways it was a family reunion for Fellowshipper’s after seve...  Read More
2 Reminders to Finding Joy
August 11th, 2020
When Saul of Tarsus, that’s the apostle Paul’s Jewish name was confronted by Christ on the road to Damascus in Acts 9, his whole world was set right.  He had been relying on religion, trusting a tradi...  Read More
The Intern’s Story: The Beauty In Investing In the Life of Another
August 6th, 2020
Research shows that those individuals who pursue happiness are the most unhappy.  Yet, those who live their lives to serve others indicate a deeper satisfaction in life.  Isn’t that an interesting fac...  Read More
Lasting Joy: Discovering a Clean Slate in Christ As You Relish in What Has Been Credited to Your Account
August 4th, 2020
One of the foundational secular humanistic  messages we are tempted to buy, is finding our purpose, our joy, our meaning to life in our achievements.  If we were to be honest, most of us battle with t...  Read More
Being a Real Friend: To Have Real Friends, You Need to Be One
July 30th, 2020
There are two types of people in this world.  Friendly and welcoming…there really is a third, unfriendly, but we won’t talk about that group today.  You see friendly people are those folks who are fri...  Read More

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