• by Abraham Cremeens

     

    We are at a little over six weeks until we begin celebrating our 75th anniversary as a church. As we invest time in looking back, my hope is that it will encourage us as we also move forward. With that aim, I hope you enjoy reading this letter from Koven Smith, the pastor who helped establish our church on May 12, 1944.
     


  • by Gami Ortiz

     

    This week’s elder blog post is an excerpt from chapter 9 of God With Us: Ortiz Missions Journey. Gami and Cathi Ortiz compiled several stories of God’s faithfulness to them in Haiti and turned them into a book to share with their supporters. The book is available for purchase on Amazon and will help to support the Ortiz family as they transition from Haiti to Lafayette. Gami will begin his new role as Kossuth’s Pastor of Worship and Connections next month.


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    When life is crazy and rushed, it is hard to slow down and be fully present in any given moment. This reality also seeps into our walk with God. It is a battle to be fully present and intimate with him.


  • by Bill Davis

     

    My head swims in our culture’s current social and political climate with cries of “fake news.” It can indeed be unsettling. But there’s something far more unsettling in the church—something that threatens our very worship before God… and that is “fake thanks.” Yet thanksgiving undergirds our very identity as Christians to the point that the scriptures are bursting at the seams with it. Here are 3 reasons why it might be more crucial than you think.