Come with your family to this safe, fun and family-friendly event on October 31, 6 - 8 pm. Harvest Festival is completely FREE for the whole family — all-beef hot dog dinner included! Bags for candy will be supplied.

Special area just for PRESCHOOLERS!

30+ Games • Popcorn • Jumpers • Super Slide • Candy • Food

Pastor's Blog

Pastor's Blog

Ant Instructions

The ants on which our house was apparently built finally crossed the line. War broke out, and we’d had enough. Well, Christie had had enough, and I had the time to make the call to the exterminator. We had one of those when we lived in the desert, and the children...

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My Plan vs His Plan

It was a routine Friday in the office. Busy. Fridays and spontaneity don’t mix. There’s too much work to do. I had a meeting early in the afternoon. I turned down a lunch meeting because… well, it is Friday. I moved that lunch request to 3 pm. The topic was to be...

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Foundation

The morning I left for Uganda I walked the dog and got a sick feeling in the pit of my stomach. It had nothing to do with my upcoming flight (though it very well could have), nor the dog. No, it had to do with something I saw that morning. Life was changing in our...

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Showing Up

Back from Bombo. Back in this time zone. Fall is here, and I can’t wait to see what God will do. I know there are some areas of struggle in our church. Some personal. Some health. Some corporate. Some relational. But this I do know: great is the faithfulness of God....

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Harvest in Our Own Backyard and Beyond

Team Bombo is home from Africa (well, there is one couple still traveling in South Africa by choice). But the rest of us are home trying to get back into this time zone after an exhausting couple of weeks. We ended up having over 6,000 patient visits (some patients do...

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A Father’s Love

Sometimes ministry takes place because of grand preparations. Sometimes ministry takes place with a casual word, spoken without much thought to its impact. Any medical mission is in the category of ministry which requires great preparation. If you are going to...

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God At Work

I never know what to expect when the wheels hit the tarmac in Africa. There is always a sense of fear because I don’t know what the days in Uganda will hold. I don’t look forward to the exhaustion and the sweat, but I do enjoy sitting on my bed after a long day in the...

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Red Letters

I’m a little bit jealous of you all this morning. Opening the Word for the next few weeks is one of my favorite seminary professors, but I must say that seminary was a long time ago. A very long time ago. Dr. Sunukjian came to Dallas Seminary after I’d been through a...

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A Wedding Celebration

We don’t really host all that many weddings around here. There are lots of reasons for that, but when someone from the church gets married here, it’s a big deal. And this weekend was a big deal. Yesterday (tomorrow as I write) Daniel DeMoss and Olivia Chen tied the...

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Thank You, Brooke

Sometimes it doesn’t take too long to make an impact on those around you. This morning is the last Sunday that Brooke Adams will be on staff as our Event Coordinator. With pressures piling up to complete her Master’s program at USC (Fight On!), she is stepping aside...

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