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?
All youth 6th-12th grade are invited to join us at the Soul Garage this Wednesday, November 28th for part 8 of the “Come & See” teaching series. We will be examining the story of Jesus’ crucifixion as the ultimate act of love. For those attending Districts in January, remember that forms and FINAL PAYMENT are … More Come & See Part 8
When I first got in the car to go to Kansas City my faith wasn’t that strong. I was half and half about it for most of my life, but one experience there changed my whole life… One day we were in the gathering area and at that time we were worshiping. … More Challenge 2018: Reflection #8 (Emi Bell)
First of all, wow; just wow. As a youth leader this was truly a powerful experience, both for myself personally as well as seeing God stir up things in the youth. I would also like to add that I have a very pessimistic view of conference, camp, and other events that take a believer out … More Challenge 2018: Reflection #1 (Matthew Jarocki)
All youth, children and adults are invited to brave the cooler weather and a little rain Saturday August 26th to show the love of Christ to our neighbors at the Prairie Lake Estates Trailer Park between Cameron and Chetek where the tornado caused severe damage, injuries, and even death back in May. The cleanup is … More Tornado Cleanup Day Aug 26