Spiritual growth

Stewardship Challenge 2016- Week Four: Love, Marriage, and Dating

Stewardship Challenge 2016 Week Four- Love, Marriage and Dating For the next two weeks we will look at dating/date night or singles night Valentine’s Day is fast approaching so let’s look at ways you can make this special whether you are single or married. First of all, let’sRead More >

Stewardship Challenge 2016- Week Three: Money Matters

Money Matters: Getting involved with a local charity or non-profit This week I would like to address ways that you benefit when you volunteer for a charity or non-profit. I have seen so many changes in the lives of individuals and families as they get involved with CrossroadsRead More >

Stewardship Challenge 2016- Week Two: Money Management

“One thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus” Philippians 3:13 NIV Why is it important for Christians to get out of debtRead More >

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Summertime Blues?

“Summertime Blues” may be a great song first done by Eddie Cochran, but the summertime blues can be a real thing. You could be stuck at home or on the job, and summer is nothing more than blue to you. Maybe you’re away from friends or family andRead More >

Do Something and Live (service) Out!

  God does things when we live our faith out in practical ways. It’s easy to watch the evening news, see a world falling apart and then look to heaven and say, “God, why don’t YOU do something?” We hear of the poverty, modern day slavery and theRead More >

Ultimately safety

Fear…  It gripped many hearts yesterday as news of the bombing at the Boston Marathon spread across our nation. Yet for the true believer of Jesus Christ, there should be a peace that passes understanding welling up within us. In John 6:33 Jesus encourages us, “I have toldRead More >

Changing Time or Time for Change?

          It was Sunday morning. Beep. Beep. Beep. The alarm was just out of my reach. I do this so I won’t just smack it and go back to sleep. My hubby comes in and says, “Honey…your alarm has been going off for the last 5 minutes.”          Read More >