But By the Grace of God

Nick MartineauBlog

I love Luke Chapter 15. In this chapter we find the parable of the Lost Sheep and the parable of the Prodigal Son. Both stories show the unconditional love of our Heavenly Father and how … Read More

An Epic Journey!

Nick MartineauBlog

It took right around 40 hours for our family to get from Wichita to Uganda. It wasn’t the most efficient way to travel to Uganda, but it was more economical for us.  Our kids started … Read More

Just Five More Minutes

Nick MartineauBlog

It has been an absolutely amazing seven weeks on sabbatical. I’m so grateful for a church that gives this gift to our pastors. There will be many stories and experiences I will share in the … Read More

Moving Forward

Angie FriesenBlog

Hope Community Church is my home. It is where I have “grown up” in my faith, raised 5 kids, and attended for the past 24 years. For the last 17 years I have had the … Read More

We Are All Broken

Steve WeldonBlog

The other day, in two separate conversations with two different people, there emerged a common topic. To put it very simple and straightforward, it was the topic of how we need to be very cautious … Read More

Three Enemies in Our Fight for Joy

Mark HersheyBlog

In my quest for seeing the Lord’s hand and blessings in the day to day, I’ve noticed a few enemies that stand in the way of this search for joy. To know thy enemy is … Read More

Hand It Over

Steve WeldonBlog

Has anyone ever “taken on” anything for you? Has anyone ever helped you out when you were unable to help yourself? When Sharon and I were newly married, during an especially brutally cold and snowy … Read More

What in the World Does God Want Me To Do?

Mark HersheyBlog

This past week I attended a funeral for a man who faithfully served the people of Wichita for many years. Doug Lockett organized, cooked and served a large weekly meal for anyone who was hungry. … Read More


Steve WeldonBlog

Sometimes stopping and losing a particular battle is the wisest and superior course of action in order to win the war.  But even so, I have never been one who finds it easy to turn … Read More

Heading Out on Sabbatical

Nick MartineauBlog

  Next week I will be heading out on a seven-week Sabbatical. I am incredibly grateful for this extended time to rest, pray, connect with our Heavenly Father; I’m also grateful for the opportunity it … Read More