• by Stephen Weinkauf

     

    I thank God for you, church family. I thank God that Kossuth is a church that is grounded in Scripture, seeks to gather well for His praise, strives to stand side-by-side for the faith of the gospel as you seek to help each other grow, and that you seek to serve in this community and in your own circle to advance the gospel. I also thank God that you seek to minister in these ways to our college students.


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    Road trips are fun, right? Well, sometimes. We love arriving at our destination—maybe a theme park, a grandparent’s home, or a vacation cabin. But the journey itself can be a mixed bag.


  • by Mikel Berger

     

    Sometimes I think about strange things. Like if the Apostle Paul were living today, would he have a blog? I think he might. So I’ll let the Apostle Paul open this blog post by quoting from the opening of ten of his letters to churches and church leaders.


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    During a friend’s recent move, I was tasked with the responsibility of packing and stacking everything I could in the U-Haul. You know how it works. You rent a certain size truck without knowing if you can fit all of your very important belongings into the vehicle.