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Out of the pit

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

Many, many moons ago, I was with my church high school youth group on a trip down the Oregon coast. We stopped at one particular beach that was famous for its rocky formations, including deep pits and caves. We tumbled out of the bus to begin exploring. Not long into our adventure, I noticed a...

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Welcome to my home!

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

Cyndi and I are settling into our new home. After six months of remodeling, we are down to a few vent covers, a stair runner, and a few paint daubs before we are done with phase 1… the first of, I am guessing, 39 phases! (Wowza, I’ve only been out of the home-owning business for 18...

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Soul Sickness

Posted by Pastor Larry Hackman on

 My preferred mode of exercise is running, but lately I’ve been slacking. Three months slacking. Rain and a toddler will do that to you. But this past weekend, what with the sunny skies, I finally got back outside and ran. It turns out, when you let your body lie fallow for three...

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We say goodbye to a worship leader

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

My dear Chapel Hill family, Sadly I share with you the news that our wonderful modern worship leader, James Roberson, will be concluding his service to us. And you might be surprised to discover why: he is firing himself! Let me explain. James has a full-time job working as a crane inspector at...

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The Silent Circle

Posted by Pastor Larry Hackman on

REGISTER FOR THE MEN'S MEXICO TRIP MAY 17-21 Did you know that 21 percent of the population of Mexico is composed of indigenous people? Or that there are 62 languages spoken by Mexican people besides Spanish? Our group of students learned this last week in the midst of a couple of...

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