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It is good for us to be here!

Posted by Pastor Pete Panitzke on

This Sunday is the celebration of Jesus’ transfiguration (See Matthew 17:1-9) when he appeared in all of his glory as God. The Apostle Peter wanted to stay and bask in this wonderful glory. He didn’t want to have to go back down the mountain and do the hard work that lay...

Hearts, School, Chicken

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Today our classrooms are celebrating Valentine's Day. What a wonderful day to remember the Savior's love for each of us:9 “As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you. Now remain in my love. 10 If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have...

So much to be thankful for...

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Thankful the impact of Christianity on our society...This week we continue our Culture Shift message series, focusing on the positive impact Christianity has had on our society.Dinesh D'Souza, in What's So Great About Christianity wrote: "Christianity is responsible for...

School Open House, a Call & WLHS

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School Enrollment OpenYou can now register for 3K - 8th grade for next year. Schedule a tour with our Principal Seth Fitzsimmons ( ) or attend the open house on January 26. Mr. Fitzsimmons' mid-year State of the School report is attached.  School Open House—January 26, 1:00...

The River Moved!

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The Choluteca Bridge in Honduras is a picture of change. In 1998 after Hurricane Mitch dumped up to six feet of rain in some areas, the Choluteca River moved! The bridge is still a beautiful construction. But it has lost its purpose. That is the challenge the Christian church is facing...

A Prayer for Our Nation

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Dear ministry partner,The news is frightening as we think about the consequences of the US strike in Baghdad. What will the future hold? Our world is divided by this strike. Our nation is divided as well as people debate this action. I don't have the answers, but I know where to turn - to the...

A Mission Trip Everyone Can Participate In

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When we think of mission trips, we tend to think of traveling to a distant city or country to do a few days of special mission work.But over the next few weeks we are going to recognize that our increasingly post-Christian society is giving us all an opportunity to be a missionary in our own...

Awake and Alive & Christmas Recap

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Awake and Alive 2020 is a Christian conference for 18-25 year olds and their leaders. Friday January 10th and Saturday January 11th at the Best Western Inn and Conference Center near the airport. The goal of the conference is to encourage our young adults, reinforce their walk with Jesus...

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