• by Will Peycke


    Have you ever helped a child learn how to ride a bike? It’s hard. A couple of Saturdays ago, that’s what I was doing. One of our kids had tried—and gotten close—more than a year earlier. But after a mishap that left us both on the ground, tangled up in the bike, she hadn’t wanted to try again. But now, she said she was ready. 

  • by Abraham Cremeens


    I would like to celebrate a wise and eternal investment of our church over the last four and a half years. Stephen Weinkauf has faithfully served as a pastoral intern to our church family. As his internship comes to a close next month, I want to reflect on and celebrate the investments made in and through Stephen. 

  • by Mikel Berger


    For three days last week, I visited a foreign land. Or at least one that felt pretty foreign to me. I had spent a few years studying the language and the people of this foreign land. But upon entering, I realized that my studies had really only touched the surface of what motivates and drives its inhabitants and the depth of the resources available.

  • by Abraham Cremeens


    Life requires U-Turns. Some are big. Some are small. We have headed one direction only to recognize, at God’s prodding, that it is the wrong way and we must make a complete 180 degree turn to find the right course.