• by Abraham Cremeens

     

    It’s an exciting thought to recognize that we are coming up on 75 years as a church. It is an even more mind-blowing thought to know that our church family was in God’s mind before time began. In a celebration of this kind, we are celebrating our Creator and Savior more than anything else. We exist because he wants us to exist. We exist for his purposes in this world. It is a privilege to serve him for as long as we have.


  • This week’s post is from the questionnaire completed by Gami Ortiz, our candidate to become Kossuth’s Pastor of Worship and Connections. The following excerpt shares Gami’s philosophy of ministry in the areas of worship, discipleship, and outreach.


  • by Will Peycke

     

    Last week, Abraham introduced you to Gami Ortiz, our candidate to become Kossuth’s Pastor of Worship and Connections. This week, we want to share a bit more with you about the process that has led us to this point as well as what the next steps look like—and hopefully answer some questions you may be asking.


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    December 8 was a significant day for me. It had been almost nine months since we knew we needed to add someone to our staff team. The process had been long but very worthwhile, enjoyable even. In that span of time, we had defined more clearly who we were as an elder team, how we needed to grow as a church, and what role we should hire into in order to get there.