We see rhythm and cadence in all aspects of life, including our fellowship and relationship with others. But the dance, or performance, of relationship and community needs a healthy rhythm just as much as the cosmos and the individual.
God wove rhythm and cadence into His creation, including humans. Every individual person has been hard wired with divine cadence. Join us Sunday morning to learn more about walking in step with the Spirit of God.
God is a God of rhythm. Even from the beginning of time, God created the world to have a certain cadence to it. God has created human beings to have a cadence as well. We were not designed to live full speed and non-stop. We were not created to live without boundaries and limits. From […]
The end of the year can be like the end of your life if you look back on the year and take an inventory of how you lived. Of course you have another year to do better. I am not talking about New Year’s resolutions but about allowing the Holy Spirit to guide and empower […]
The Candles, the Word, the Songs and a Special Message. We will have a joint service with Bethel Fellowship Church and Christ Community Church, Excelsior. Pastor Jeff will lead us with the scripture readings and the carols and Pastor Jon will share a message called “A Sign”. Come celebrate the birth of our Savior together […]
God shared His unconditional love with humanity through His son Jesus. And Jesus asks us to love one another as He has loved.
Joy is not based upon things, but it is based upon our relationship with and understanding of Jesus.
Peace that transcends understanding is Christ’s gift to us. Receive His gift this Christmas season.
A light at the end of a couple of tough years. For as dark and difficult as things have been, there is a light at the end of this tunnel. During Christmas we celebrate Christ, remembering His humble beginnings and miraculous journey into the world. That is why this Christmas can be The Best Christmas […]
Some of the baggage we haul around with us gives us anxiety about things out of our control. When we feel anxious, instead of bottling it up and keeping it within us, we should cast it on Jesus and trust Him to handle it.