May 26, 2022
This weekend, many of us will be gathering with family and friends to honor the memories of all those who gave their lives to fight for our freedoms. I think it’s important to look back on what God has done, and what we have lost, and find gratitude for what we have.
BUT how do we keep the celebrations going when it seems like our liberties are being stripped away every time we look around us. Right now we are mourning the tragedies of lives taken unjustly and too soon. We have witnessed hurt people hurting people and I can’t help but think, “Is this the freedom people have given their lives for?”. Read More
May 19, 2022
Ask me how I’m doing, and chances are really good that I will respond by saying, “Mostly good.”
The response seems to catch people by surprise. I guess most people are expecting to hear a, “doing good” or some other standard reply. So, when they hear “mostly good” I will often have people say, “Mostly good? That’s interesting.” I will then add a little clarification. “Mostly good, meaning there is room for improvement in at least two areas of my life.”
April 14, 2022
It’s finally here, Easter weekend! We have so much good stuff going on this weekend, and I hope you do too. Saturday from 6pm-8pm, we welcome our community to the Great Easter Egg Drop. Food Trucks, inflatables, and of course, the Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt. It’s going to be so much fun.
April 7, 2022
Have you ever accidentally streaked in front of hundreds of people?
A friend of mine who played high school basketball told me a great story about a time when he accidentally streaked in front of hundreds of people. He was not normally one of the starting players, but someone had gotten injured and he was going to be in the starting lineup for the game. Read More
March 24, 2022
One of my closest friends lives far away from me, so one of the main ways we stay in touch is through the Marco Polo app. We send each other videos – some of them are short, silly, and fun, others are longer, heartfelt, and serious. In one of this past week’s videos, she shared how she’s been going into work (she’s a substitute teacher) intentional about saying, “Good morning, I love you!” to her co-workers; while walking the halls, telling students, “It’s great to see you today, I love you!”; as she passes by their custodial team, “Guys, thanks for all you do, I love you!” Now, if you know this friend of mine, none of this would come as a surprise to you. However, what stood out to me, was that she wrapped up the story saying, “The best part is, everyone is catching on! They’re even starting to beat me to it!!”
March 10, 2022
You would have to live in a cave to have not heard about “the Great Resignation” which refers to the 33 million Americans who have quit their jobs since the Spring of 2021. I just read an article today that suggested that instead of calling it the great resignation it should be called “the Great Reshuffle” because half of those who quit during this time made career changes.
March 3, 2022
Have you ever gotten stuck in traffic and become super frazzled and then gotten home and you shout at your kids and kick your dog?
Okay, maybe you didn’t kick the dog, but you get what I’m saying. You get frazzled by a day of work or the commute and then the next thing in your day is negatively impacted because of it. Read More
February 3, 2022
I came to faith in high school and immediately felt as if God was leading me to become a “Christian marriage and family counselor.” I honestly didn’t even know if there was such a thing, I just knew I had a passion to help families stay together. My parents had gone to a marriage counselor and they still ended up divorced, but they didn’t go to a Christian counselor. So, my thought was, I bet the Bible has some ideas in it that would help families, like mine, survive.
Only one problem.
December 9, 2021
A Message from Pastor Jamey
If you are like me, you probably have a few restaurant apps on your phone. I just counted them…I have 8 different restaurant apps. I won’t list which ones I have, because I don’t want to be judged by you. Read More
December 2, 2021
TODAY, Friday, December 3 @7PM is the Christmas Bash at Believers. Plan to arrive a few minutes before 7 and join in front of the building for the singing of a few carols, the lighting of the building, and a big surprise. After that, come into the building with your family and friends and enjoy Christmas-themed games, a photo booth, hot cocoa, funny and heartwarming scenes from some of your favorite Christmas movies, and so much more. Invite some friends to come with you too. Read More