Watering Hole: Habits and Changes

Martin Luther said, ” A nail is driven out by another nail; habit is overcome by habit.” …do not disdain the small. Little nails and a steady hammer can rebuild a life. -Ann Voskamp Most of us want to change things in our lives or how we deal with things but when we look at…

Sunday2Monday: Do The Work

We jumped back into our series called Hope in Action and into Nehemiah chapter 2 this week. In Nehemiah we find the parallel of how things in Jerusalem were not good just as in our times things have not been great. Nehemiah was just a simple cup bearer that God gave a passion. God has…

Ponder: Cross and Shame

Do you know what I love about pondering? lt’s not about finding out what is right or wrong. It’s about listening to what the Spirit or even your own Soul may say. It’s about finding out facts and feelings. It’s about knowing where you stand and what you think about things. It’s about discovering what’s…

Watering Hole: Altar-ing

Pastor Chad gave us 3 questions to ponder this week: What fears, concerns or doubts do you have about “altar-ing” everything you consider of value before God? What holds you back from giving God FULL control over everything? This week, ask God what you need to give back to Him. In humility, write out what…

Sunday2Monday: Trust in the Lord

Sunday, our new pastors, Chad and Lindsay Garrison, were installed officially as our lead pastors. We are grateful that they are here, and we are expecting God to do great things through us as a whole church. It was a lovely little ceremony! But the part that I enjoyed the most was the message Pastor…

Watering Hole: drawing dividing lines

God often starts something new from the places of brokenness. – Pastor Chad Garrison This weeks questions: What lies in the rubble in your life, or around you, that you need to stop walking past, and simply call out? Take time this week to bring these to Jesus. How He is compelling you to respond…