D.L. Moody stated that “the Bible was not given for our information but for our transformation.” Scripture itself states, “For the word of God is alive and powerful. It is sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword, cutting between soul and spirit, between joint and marrow. It exposes our innermost thoughts and desires.” (Hebrews 4:12 NLT) The rhythm for this month is designed to help you...
by Pastor Nick Mance Friendships and relationships. What do those words mean to you? Recently these words have taken on new meaning considering our present context. Before COVID-19 students could engage in friendships simply by going through their daily rhythms. They saw friends at school, hung out at Starbucks, went to youth group, and could go over to one another’s homes. Today that isn’t the...
Bridge Building is a faith-stretching next step in a relationship. It could be a simple conversation that you might not have had otherwise, praying for a neighbor that you want to begin to get to know, or having a zoom coffee date. It’s taking an intentional step outside your comfort zone.
We took 52 students and 14 leaders on this retreat, and it was amazing.
No matter how long you have been attending Hershey Free, it is always good to recall and reflect on why we exist as a local church.
We will be working our way through the Gospel of Mark from January through Easter. As we go along, additional resources will be available on hfcinfo.com.
[The new year] is a great time for many of us as we begin to think about a fresh start for our lives, and we can also apply this to our spiritual walk as well.
Working with the cats has taught me a lot about human-to-human interactions. Patience, persistence, and a gentle spirit go a long way in earning trust from a person (or a cat) who has been through trauma that has led to fear, anger, self-protection, or depression.