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Pastor Bree’s Top 10 Christmas Gift Ideas

By: Pastor Bree Young I have made a top ten list to help families with their Christmas shopping this year… Adventures in Odyssey. This is my number one pick. My kids LOVED Odyssey! And they still do. An award-winning audio

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A Christmas Wedding

By: Aden Mari So, I’m getting married… The thing about marriage is that as Christians we believe that it’s more than just love and romance. For us, marriage is a lot like communion or baptism. There is a real physical

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Then it Hit Me

Then it Hit Me By Patrick Fortune I was driving along… and then it hit me! The temptation to interpret good or bad events as the will of God for or against us is overwhelming at times. This question hit

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An Inside Look at SBC Summer Day Camps

By Grace Bond This August at SBCKids, summer day camps have been busy. Each week we spend time at the park, swim at the pool, and spend countless amounts of time playing in the gym. The kids love it but

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Connections

By Corinne Henske As of this month, I’ve been sitting at the Admin Office desk for 5 years! I know, right? Quite honestly, it feels like I’ve been here much longer – it just feels like home. It’s been the

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Investing Fear

By Dustin Heigh Fear of the Lord is the foundation of wisdom. Proverbs 9:10 I remember hiding behind my mom’s leg when I was a kid. I wasn’t in school yet and found most social encounters terrifying. The safest place

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Principles Learned from a Puppy

Principles Learned from a Puppy By Pastor Del Riemer Sandi and I purchased our Yorkshire Terrier puppy in early December at the age of two-months. We have not had a dog in 35-years. We needed some training and reminding of

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The Digital Church

By Luke Johnson I keep being drawn to the sentence, “Helping your church navigate the biggest communication shift in 500 years.” If it is true for YouTuber Brady Shearer, or for author Phil Bowdle in his book Rethink Communication, how is this

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The Honest One

By Carolyn Wiebe I’ve written this blog post four times now. This is the fourth draft. I tried the Funny One – you know, start off the year with wit and cheer. And there was the Helpful One – “did

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