Today was spent finishing up last minute items to complete the homes.
Work day three had some rain and ended with a meal with the three families. Adios until tomorrow.
Photos have been popping in all day from Doug. Here’s the latest.
Our intrepid leader of the 2018 mission trip to the Dominican Republic, Doug Hanson, has been busy send photos of the first day of work. Each caption is in Doug’s own words. That’s all for now (4:00 pm on Wednesday). Doug usually sends more photos in the […]
Counting Down the Days God has placed a call on 12 people to head to the Dominican Republic on March 20th for a short-term mission trip to build three homes for families in need in the San Cristobal area. The team is busy getting their ducks in a row and praying ahead of the trip […]
The New Testament Read through we are on as a church has forced me, over a short period of time, to consider again the cross and the resurrection of Christ. It struck me again this morning that there were two groups of people that Christ ministered to. One group saw him as a source of hope […]
One of the main concerns we heard from some during the campaign was the loss of the large space that is our current worship center. Many thought we should keep as much of that space for fellowship/coffee as possible. Yet, we also knew we needed more space for children and students. As we got into the […]
The dust has settled and we’re taking a big breath as we gear up for another momentous occasion: Ground Breaking! But before we move into details of what’s ahead, we’d like to first extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who stepped forward in faith to give towards this campaign. In December we gave everyone the […]
As I was contemplating what to write for the newsletter I thought of a relational issue that I won’t have the time to develop within the current sermon series. I would love to engage a few people to hear your thoughts on it. Here is the relationship issue: self-protection. We live in a relational world, but so often the […]