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What a Wonderful World?
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In the famous song “What a Wonderful World,” Louis Armstrong’s gravelly voice lists all the wonderful things he sees. We are told about green trees, red roses, crying babies, learning children, and friends shaking hands (and a host of other lovely things). After making his...

Apex Trip
Posted by Dan Montgomery on

For the second year in a row, the Youth Group traveled to Kansas City, KS, to work with Bridge of Hope Community Church. For those who returned, it was great to see many kids back from last year. In total, ten of our senior high students and two chaperones joined with nine others from another...

Catechesis! What is it Good For?
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This summer the intergenerational Sunday School class has been going through the New City Catechism. The New City Catechism is new catechism that draws on both the Westminster Shorter Catechism and the Heidelberg Catechism. It scrunches the most important parts of those resources into a simpler...

Wisdom for Our Technological Age
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I recently read two books relating to technology and the Christian life. I recommend them both. One is The Tech-Wise Family by Andy Crouch. The other is 12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You by Tony Reinke. I recommend both to everybody, not just parents. Both will help any person live wisely as a...

Remain There with God
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The Apostle Paul is certainly the most important missionary in the history of the church. I mean, what other missionary gets a whole map dedicated to their travels in the back of your Bible? Paul desperately wanted to make Christ known everywhere, no matter the personal cost. He knew that...