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New Things To Come

Hello There!

I hope you had a great week! Here is how ours went!

At interviews it was great being able to visit with our mission president and his wife and to let them know how things are going. 496 more words

Weekly Happenings

Sharing the Hope You have in Christ Jesus: Doing God's work

Devotional Thought of the Day

27  “My Father has entrusted everything to me. No one truly knows the Son except the Father, and no one truly knows the Father except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.” … 798 more words

Abiding In Christ

My Baptism

I was baptized last year in March. It took us a while to get the pictures, but we have them now, and it seemed right to share them on this blog. 349 more words

Life Happens

A Baptism on the same day as Princess Charlotte

On Sunday 5th July, little Isla-Rose Pearl Roberts was baptised at St John’s Church in the Parish of Badshot Lea and Hale by the Reverend Lesley Crawley. 176 more words

Featured

Driving Force

We hope you all had a wonderful Independence Day!

Pastor Jeff kicked off a new series this week titled, “Driving Force.” What is the driving force behind the decisions you make? 742 more words

Katherine's Baptism (or: Photo Dump 2 of 2)

Two weeks ago, Katherine (or, Baby Kaferine as Mark likes to call her) was baptized.

It was all of the things it should be.


Not only did she not cry AT ALL, but she smiled when the water was poured over her head. 195 more words

Family

De-Baptism and Certificates of Sinlessness

As liberal Americans continue to cleanse themselves of their historical and religious heritage, it appears some people are getting rather creative in the process.  No longer content to use censorship, governmental intimidation in court, and financial pressure through corporate America, some are taking it a step further to include mockery. 861 more words