EATING DISORDERS: A MENTAL ILLNESS LIKE ANY OTHER

EATING DISORDERS: A MENTAL ILLNESS LIKE ANY OTHER

One prevalent component of holiday get-togethers is food.  One prevalent component of an after holiday conversation goes something like this: “Ohh, I ate so much over the holidays I must have gained 10 pounds”.  Or, “I am going to have to fast or diet for months after...
The Gospel of Jesus Christ and its Good News

The Gospel of Jesus Christ and its Good News

Dear Friends, What is the Good News? What is the Gospel of Jesus Christ? We invite you to join us as we ponder anew what it means to be a disciple and follower of Christ Jesus. In 1 Corinthians 12, the Apostle Paul is writing to the Christian community about what it...
To-do List

To-do List

Welcome 2019! As we get out the new calendar or let our phones do the work of turning the page for us, we may be thinking about what we can do to clean up things on our “to-do” list from 2018. Are any of these on your list? 1. Update my membership data. What has...
Redeemed and Called

Redeemed and Called

Dear Friends, Water, wine, and pie. Two of these items carry great importance for our Gospel lesson this weekend. The third will be enjoyed by the congregation following a special service on Saturday. Yes, this weekend will be an exciting one starting with the...
The Future of the Church

The Future of the Church

Last fall the Wednesday Night Bible study group read and discussed an enormously interesting book, Future Faith: Ten Challenges Reshaping Christianity in the 21st Century, by Wesley Granberg-Michaelson. The author has served as the general secretary of the Reformed...