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It's all about the waiting

Posted by Julie Hawkins on

It’s always nice when the rhythms of the day-to-day align with the rhythms of the church calendar. Such is the case with Advent. Eight years ago, I was due to have a baby around Christmas. I felt for Mary riding that donkey to Bethlehem more than ever that year! This year, my daily rhythm...

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Tags: advent, waiting

'Tis the season!

Posted by Gunnar Tesdahl on

Believe it or not, the holiday season is upon us! The radio stations are starting to change to Christmas tunes. The Christmas décor is available wherever decorations are sold. And now that we have finished stuffing ourselves with turkey and all the trimmings, the holiday season has...

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Tags: christmas, invite, serve

One unexpected way to connect with your neighbors

Posted by Pastor Ellis White on

A few years ago we were living in a rural part of Gig Harbor, and we didn’t really know our neighbors, because well, they were so far away. We could see their house but to get there, we either had to climb a fence and walk through a drainage ditch, or we had to walk up our long driveway...

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Tags: connecting, neighbors, for your neighbors

Loving God and loving our neighbors

Posted by Julie Hawkins on

In the last weeks, we have been talking about what it means to be for our city and for our neighbors. It has been so encouraging to hear stories of people from our church as they notice their city and get to know their neighbors. It may seem like a small thing, but being for our city and for our...

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Tags: fair trade, festival of hope, gig harbor fair trade

Keeping our kids safe

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

I’m sure every person in this church would agree: there is nothing more important than the safety, security and well-being of our kids. Which is why we invited the Department of Homeland Security to come in and assess our building with an eye to the security of our children. To sum up...

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Tags: kids, children, security, safety, for your neighbors, doors a and b, family wing, keeping our kids safe

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