Put Your Helmet On

Nick MartineauBlog

Put Your Helmet On My favorite sports story of the year happened last week. It didn’t get a lot of attention so you probably didn’t hear about it. Here’s the description laid out in the … Read More

Looking For Hope

Nick MartineauBlog

Looking For Hope   Hope can be one of the most frightening, challenging things we are asked to hold onto as Jesus followers. Hope can be followed by pain and disappointment and is a huge … Read More

My Jesus Worldview

Steve WeldonBlog

My Jesus Worldview Even though I’ve mentioned this in the past, I’ll say it again: I like interesting words and phrases. Kind of weird I know, but it’s just the way God has uniquely wired … Read More

Our Best Days Are Ahead

Nick MartineauBlog

Our Best Days Are Ahead The greatest moment in my athletic career came during a playoff baseball game. It was the bottom of the 9th inning, my team was down by two runs, we had … Read More

Out Of Devestation

Nick MartineauBlog

Out of Devastation I have very much enjoyed going through the book of Nehemiah and watching the restoration story unfold. It has been a great reminder to me that the broken, run down things in … Read More

Fear Is A Powerful Force

Nick MartineauBlog

Fear Is A Powerful Force Fear is a powerful force. It can be motivating, paralyzing, life-altering, and deceptive. Fear can be sneaky, too: it has a way of maneuvering its forces into my life and … Read More

Finding The Lost

Ben GriffisBlog

Finding The Lost I had this odd tension growing up in a family with only one pet. She was a black Toy Poodle and my parents were the ones who actually took care of her. … Read More

Mission Weekend

Steve WeldonBlog

Mission Weekend Everybody loves a story where a local kid makes good and positively impacts the world. Well… we are going to be privileged to have the opportunity to hear from one of our own … Read More

Chariots and Horses

Nick MartineauBlog

Chariots & Horses Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God. They are brought to their knees and fall, but we rise up and … Read More

What Do You See?

Nick MartineauBlog

What do you see? I’ve never been the most athletic person, but I’ve always enjoyed playing sports. In school, I was smaller and therefore routinely picked last, or close to last, for teams: not good … Read More