• 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.

  • by Will Peycke


    This week, I’ve been reflecting on thoughts prompted by our family’s readings from A Jesus Christmas, an advent devotional guide many Kossuth families are using to help us celebrate Jesus this Christmas. If you are one of those families, this post will be a reminder of something you’ve already read this week!

  • by Bill Davis


    “It’s the most wonderful time of the year,” or so the songs tell us, and not just because of the holiday greetings, gay, happy meetings, or friends come to call. It is for the very true reason of Immanuel... God with us. Consider some of the many words found among our vocabulary around Christmas. Yet, there is a quite different set of words also inseparable from the Christmas season.