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ENOTE HIGHLIGHTS 7/19/2019
ENOTE HIGHLIGHTS 7/19/2019 by Dennis Miller

Over the past two weeks I have had the opportunity to ride the red HOP-ON HOP-OFF buses in various cities.  I like these because you can ride around a city that is new to you and listen to the descriptions of each stop.  Several times, I rode all the way around the city to get the…

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eNote Highlights 7/12/2019
eNote Highlights 7/12/2019 by Dennis Miller

Getting grass to grow is not as easy as I think it should be.  After burying a drain pipe in our backyard in late Spring, our grass seed has only grown where we added good topsoil.  The seed will not grow in the hard surface clay.   Wheat is a kind of grass. Nate Perry, Coordinater of Ag…

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eNote Highlights 7/5/2019
eNote Highlights 7/5/2019 by Dennis Miller

Do you feel privileged?  I hope so.  Most of us have lived in the political freedom of the United States.  We have benefited from others who sacrificed to gain this freedom.  My travels to various places in the world has shown me the privilege of being a citizen of the United States.   

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eNote Highlight 6/28/19
eNote Highlight 6/28/19 by Dennis Miller

Participating in a funeral this week reminded me again of the hope that we have for the next life! The funeral of Kelly Rich was a wonderful celebration of her life and faith, and some of her family members and closest friends participated in the tribute of her life!  Truly she had “fought…

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eNote Highlights 6/20/2019
eNote Highlights 6/20/2019 by Erin Stringer

There’s a Spanish story of a father and son who had become estranged. The son ran away and the father set off to find him. He searched for months but to no avail.  Finally, in a last desperate effort to find him, the father put an ad in a Madrid newspaper. The ad read: “Dear Paco, meet me…

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eNote Highlights 6/13/19
eNote Highlights 6/13/19 by Dennis Miller

One night a wife found her husband standing over their newborn baby’s crib. Silently she watched him. As he stood looking down at the sleeping infant, she saw on his face a mixture of emotions: disbelief, doubt, delight, amazement, enchantment, skepticism. He would stand back, shake his…

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eNote Highlights from 5/31/19
eNote Highlights from 5/31/19 by Dennis Miller

Today is ASCENSION DAY.  Yesterday, I emailed you a link for a video to help you celebrate this special day in the church calendar.  If you haven’t seen the link, here it is!   In other news . . .this weekend begins our preparations for our annual Garage Sale for Missions!  This year…

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Ascension Day 2019
Ascension Day 2019 by Dennis Miller

Thursday, May 30, is Ascension Day.  We have been telling you for weeks that this is an important day of the year in our Christian calendar, and so to acknowledge it and celebrate it together, we've created this video for you to enjoy with family and friends. If you would like to learn…

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Is your heart ready to worship?
Is your heart ready to worship? by Erin Stringer

From this week's eNote...  So what does your preparation for church look like?  For some, it is a hectic time of rushing around, grumbling and arriving late to meet with God and His people. It often begins with hearts that aren’t really READY to worship. For many years, the Israelites…

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Is this the cry of your heart?
Is this the cry of your heart? by Erin Stringer

From this week's eNote...    Maybe you’ve experienced the same frustration.   You’re sitting in a small group setting and someone asks about prayer needs.  Someone asks for prayer for a “friend of an aunt in California who is having gall bladder surgery.”   Another shares about a “second…

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