A Picture, a Problem and a Promise

May 29th, 2015 by Christopher Caudle


Reducing the doctrine of the Most Holy Trinity primarily to mathematics leads to absurdity.

(Reducing anything significant to mathematics almost always does.)

Summer Sunday School Dire Need

May 29th, 2015 by Clint Kandle

Summer Sunday School begins this weekend, May 31, but we still need one more volunteer.  Nancy Plum is managing the entire process and can help teach the PreK class, but we need someone who feels called to lead it.  Please prayerfully consider volunteering to teach the PreK children this summer.  Contact Nancy Plum at 407-310-0010 if interested.

The Sharing Center Named Non-Profit of the Year, Twice!

May 29th, 2015 by Clint Kandle

The Sharing Center opened in 1986 with the goal of helping churches be better stewards of the monies, times and talents that God gave them.  All needs are directed to the Sharing Center, which works to eliminate duplication of services while ensuring all needs are addressed.  This year they received the Non-Profit Business of the Year from both the Greater Sanford Regional and the Seminole County Regional Chambers of Commerce.  The center not only provides support for the church and community, it also provides an excellent opportunity to serve.  For more information visit our website or read their Church Handbook 2015.   If you feel led by the Spirit, join in.

Memorial Day and Pentecost: Remembering and Re-membering

May 22nd, 2015 by Carl Buffington

Dear Friends,

First, we carried the remainder of the cord back to its stack in the woods. Then the floor was to be swept, as were the screens. The porch was now ready for the summer furniture to be brought from the garage rafters and basement.

As if there were marks on the concrete floor, each piece had its place and was positioned precisely. Last to be put in its place, next to the brick chimney, was the hibachi. Soon we would be grilling again. Summer was officially here.

The Attenders

May 15th, 2015 by Carl Buffington

The last time Barb and I headed out of town on a weekend to simply be attenders, i.e. not having a scripted part in the ceremony, was on a day of two funerals. (I say scripted because attending, being there, is a critical part in all ceremonies.)

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