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FCC Kids Camp

Posted by Brooks Wachs on

FCC Kids Camp is just around the corner and earl bird deadline is almost here. Get your kids signed up as quickly as possible as the price goes up after May 8th. Incoming 3rd-5th Grade @ Lakeview Christian Camp...May 28th-31st...Cost $125 by May 8th or $150 After Incoming K-2nd Grade @...

Compassion International

Posted by Susan Ridgway on

Sunday, May 5th, our church will host an event that highlights a ministry called "Compassion International".   This is a ministry that works to "release children from poverty in Jesus Name."  Our family has sponsored children with Compassion for several years now.  It has...

April's Parent Resource

Posted by Daniel Acton on

Hey everyone! Daniel here again with April's Parent Resource! I'd like to share with you a great resource to help keep you and your child/teen accountable with screen usage. Porn thrives on shame and secrets. The stats are dangerous. The students in the schools in our community are more...

Am I running towards God?

Posted by Brooks Wachs on

Running is something I love to do. On my runs I clear my head, but most importantly it often gives me time to focus on God. On a run this past week God put two big questions in my mind. What are you running from? Why are you not running towards God? I dig into this in my clip today.

NEW

Posted by Susan Ridgway on

Anna and I had a great conversation this morning.  We were talking about a new song that we will be introducing soon called "New Wine".  I asked her if she liked the song.  She said she loved it.  I smiled and said, "Ok.  What is the song about."  She thought for a...

Girls & Dads Date Night

Posted by Daniel Acton on

Girls & Dads Date Night is March 22nd. Daniel and Brooks want to tell you a little about what it is, how to sign up, and what you need to do. It is going to be an amazing night that you will not want to miss.  

Broken Stones and Hallelujah

Posted by Susan Ridgway on

When my son Josiah was little he was infatuated with stones.  He would pick them up everywhere and put them in his pockets.  He would run up to me and say, "Mom, look at this one!"  I would nod dutifully and act surprised at each "treasure" he found. For him, these were priceless...

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