on November 10th, 2020
In 2005, just a year or so after coming onto the staff team at Fellowship, a couple named Laura and Rich showed up asking for assistance. They were struggling with finances, the pipes in their home were frozen and they were looking for some help. They arrived wrapped in dirty coats, smiles on their faces and a terrible stench that left marks on my chairs, my clothes, and my soul.
Give to God What is God’s
on November 3rd, 2020
Today, Americans all across our country are casting their ballots. As a disciple of Jesus in America, how do we vote in a way that it is faithful to Him?This is a challenging question, in part, because Jesus did not live in a democracy like ours. Jesus’ relationship to the Jewish and Roman governing authorities of his day is was very different. For starters, he never rendered a vote.But that doesn...
Unlikely Partners: Faith and Politics
on October 29th, 2020
Join Pastor Joe and Russ Jehl in a conversation about what it looks like to incorporate everyday life, faith, and politics.
Unlikely Partners: Russ Jehl
on October 26th, 2020
One unique mark of the Fellowship family is that we are a peculiar group of people. We are all different kinds of backgrounds, colors, educations, politics, and economic levels.
Hope and Joy
on October 21st, 2020
Join Pastor Joe as he wraps up the final part of Blessed are the Peacemakers.
Go with Hope
on October 19th, 2020
The fact is some are more practiced and mature at resolving conflict as scripture counsels us. As I've often said, everyone seems mature until you have a conflict with them. But peacemakers are among us. When you encounter conflict, seek help from those who have set an example for conflict resolution in their own lives. It doesn’t have to be formal, but it does need to be personal.