Homosexuality is one of the hardest things to deal with in our culture. I can remember very vividly having a professor in college who was gay. While I didn’t receive any unwanted attention from him, it did make things awkward. What was I supposed to say? How was I supposed to act? Was I supposed … More You asked for it: How are we as Christians to react to others who may be homosexual?
The act of running is perhaps the most telling disposition of my character. To run you really need two things, legs to run on and the mental drive to actually go and run. I lack the latter. Even when I do motivate myself to run, I have the mental disposition of a sprinter. What that … More You asked for it: Why does God make things so hard when he knows we can’t handle it?
Romeo and Juliet is perhaps the most famous relationship of all time (with the exception of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry or course). To spare you the long and tragic story allow me to use my vast experience of attending Renaissance Fairs (or Faires if you are a real stickler) to summarize. Romeo and Juliet … More You asked for it: Why do relationships mean so much to us if God is the only one we really need?
Everyone in the family (parents and siblings) is invited to join us on Saturday, March 2nd from 9:30am-9:30pm for a ski/snowboarding/tubing trip to Christie Mountain. Meet at the Soul Garage at 9:15am to sign in and load up. We will return to the Soul Garage by 9:30pm. (If you plan to meet us there, but want … More Christie Mountain Trip
Once again we are sad to announce that all evening activities at Maranatha are cancelled for tonight, Wednesday, February 20th due to inclement weather. This includes Awana, Youth Group, and Pastor Cody’s Bible Study. The Nord family will be out at Christie Mountain today until 3pm for the homeschool ski day if anyone wants to … More All Evening Activities Cancelled Feb 20