Welcome to our Young Adults! Here you’ll find all the resources you’ll need to have a great online worship experience right where you are! Parents- This week we encourage you to:  Watch the video (linked below) with your child. Use the discussion questions immediately following the video to unpack the lesson with your child! Use…

Last week James needed his hair cut. A simple enough task you might think, but in James’ case it is one of very many tasks that require a routine to be known, and more importantly rigorously followed, in every aspect. You see, James is autistic, has learning difficulties, epilepsy and anxiety disorder. Firstly, there is…

When life is not as it should be, whether the cause is a global pandemic or a child’s diagnosis, we have a choice to make. As our hearts break and our faith is tested, we have to decide to respond from either a short term or long term perspective. In 1959 my parents were in…

We have all had that little voice of doubt in our heads. Sometimes it is about ourselves, sometimes it’s about our kids. Sometimes it sits on repeat and seems to attempt to create a new transcript in our head. It’s still there, though. Sometimes, the voice is benign. More often though, at least for me,…

 Welcome to our Young Adults! Here you’ll find all the resources you’ll need to have a great online worship experience right where you are! Parents- This week we encourage you to:  Watch the video (linked below) with your child. Use the discussion questions immediately following the video to unpack the lesson with your child! Use…

What We’re Learning: You Belong Here Series Main Scripture: Zephaniah 3:17 Series Overview: What the rest of the world thinks about you does not matter in comparison to what God thinks about you. The Bible says that God thinks some incredible things about you, including that God delights in you and gives you a place…

Father in heaven, You are holy. Your ways are as mysterious as ever. Disability and illness have turned my family and life upside down. And then there was a pandemic. I am watching people argue, chafe, get sick, get well and get sick again. As many around us are running back to “normal,” my family…

Folks with special needs often have lives that are simple. I didn’t say easy; I said simple. Over the course of our sons’ span of 39 years of life, it has been interesting to observe how little he wants, how little he asks for, and how little he has. Of course, what he does have…

 Welcome to our Young Adults! Here you’ll find all the resources you’ll need to have a great online worship experience right where you are! Parents- This week we encourage you to:  Watch the video (linked below) with your child. Use the discussion questions immediately following the video to unpack the lesson with your child! Use…

My wife and I were recently talking about the needs of caregivers like us, and it got me thinking. I once served as a volunteer missionary for nearly 2 years and as a missionary, I was willing to do whatever was asked of me. I didn’t question it and simply accomplished whatever was needed to…

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