Anger

Anger

Anger By Pastor Craig Anger is a second response. That means when a person is angry, it’s because something happened which caused the response of anger. There are so many ways I could take this article, but I want to focus on helping parents understand anger in their kids. Anger is all too common in people today, so we need to help our kids develop...

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Students and Depression

Students and Depression

Students and Depression By Pastor Nick Depression can be defined as feelings of dejection and hopelessness that typically last for more than two weeks. A study released in 2019 showed that the rates of teen suicide and depression have drastically increased from 2007 to 2017. According to a nationwide poll by the University of Michigan, one third of parents believe that they have at least...

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Current Sermon Series

Current Sermon Series

LOVE THIS BOOK: Meeting God in His Story is our all-church series where our kids, students, and adults are going through the same passages of the Bible. This series follows the storyline of the Old Testament from creation to the conquest of the  promised land. One of the goals of this series is for people to see themselves as part of the biblical story and...

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Night of Worship Testimony

Night of Worship Testimony

Night Of Worship Testimony By Ginny McIlhenny September 24th, was a warm and sunny day, the sky was deep blue and the clouds were big and fluffy, truthfully it was much like our wedding day and yet it became the darkest day of my life. My husband and I had a weekend full of some ups and downs but not unlike any other married couple...

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Making the Time

Making the Time

Making the Time As we approach the holiday season it seems we become busier. There are parties, school concerts, family gatherings, hanging of lights and decorations, performances, and our normal schedules still exist. Have you ever had the thought, “if I can just make it through to the New Year then I can breathe?” For many of us this time of year can feel like...

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Anxiety

Anxiety

Anxiety by Pastor Nick Mance   Students today are struggling with more than ever before. The pressures of academic success, making it into college, participating in extracurricular activities, holding down a job, attempting to navigate the social constructs that are ever changing, shifting political climates, threats of violence, struggling to figure out their Christian identity, and trying to live for Jesus in a world that...

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The Struggle is Real

The Struggle is Real

If your life is complicated right now, you may be wondering—why me? And if you are a Christ follower, you may feel the added weight of failure, disappointment and discouragement. After all, doesn’t being a Christian mean that I’m to live as an “overcomer”? In this series, The Struggle Is Real, we will address some of the realities that complicate our lives—issues that can turn our lives...

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Helping Students Deal with Tragedy

Helping Students Deal with Tragedy

Helping Students Deal With Tragedy Nick Mance Tragedy can defined as an event that causes great sadness, hurt, destruction, and distress, but the reality we must understand is that tragedy looks different in each of our lives. What might be a tragedy or crisis for one person will look different for another. However, what we do know about tragedy is that our students are facing...

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