on May 4th, 2021
An heirloom, by Webster definition, is something of special value handed down from one generation to another or a valuable object that has been given by older members of a family to younger members of the same family over many years, according to Cambridge.
The Power of Intergenerational Connection
on April 20th, 2021
See, The God of the universe wants more than success for the young. He desires for their lives to be poured into so that they can be fruitful. The Lord not only wants the older among us to experience happiness but, more than that, JOY and Kingdom fulfillment.
From Generation to Generation
on April 13th, 2021
It was a hot and humid late-summer evening back in the year 2000. There I was, hanging outside of the youth group room with some friends, caring much more about joking around and being in the “in” crowd than anything being discussed in our huddle groups.
Number My Days- A Word That Sustains
on March 30th, 2021
I stayed there for a while, wondering if I really wanted to take this ride of another transition, learn to follow a new leader and help the FMC body navigate a change- a loss I didn't even want to help myself navigate.
6 Weeks of Fervency: Week Two
on March 29th, 2021
Pray that we would draw together in unity a deep sense of belonging knowing that he is leading and guiding our path, he will make the way known.
6 Weeks of Fervency: Week One
on March 24th, 2021
Fellowship is body that is committed to prayer, and we want the prayers of the righteous to be both powerful and effective. That's why we're launching this 6-week initiative of weekday prayer times devoted to asking for God's direction for our community.