Settling Short of God’s Promise

Some people are never satisfied.  Achievements and acquisitions fail to meet aspirations and fuel that insatiable desire for more.  The problem is that more is never enough. Others are too easily satisfied and lack motivation. The middle ground may be the best. The sermon today references the story of Abraham’s calling and traces his faith to his own father, a man who dared to move forward without a clear picture of what lay before him. Abraham, in answering God’s call, finished a journey that his father had begun. For all of us, God’s story continues to be written.  It is bigger than any one of us, individually. Today, perhaps more than ever, it is important that we don’t stop short of what God has for us.


We were blessed on Easter Sunday with a choreographed dance presentation by a delightful group of young men and women. They invested an unbelievable amount of time in preparation.

Over 120 hours for at least 3 of dancers!

And the leaders … well how do we say “thanks” in an adequate manner?

Ministry certainly took place in the actual presentation but what happened behind the scenes is immeasurable. It is the sort of experience that kids remember for a lifetime.

Today we can easily preserve the moment. This video was shot by Heather Brown, during the Easter performance. Thanks Heather.

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The Power of Relationships

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