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Fear & Anxiety from A Pastoral Perspective

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The Pastors dialogue through the topic of “Fear and Anxiety.” Hear wise, pastoral perspectives on how we as believers can experience God’s peace in the midst of the current crisis. ...

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An Important Message from our Pastor

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As a church family, and the world we are facing a situation that is entirely new to us and brings uncertain times. Watch this video of our pastor's response to these times and continue to...

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The Power of Perspective

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Having the right perspective is essential to enduring through any difficulty in life. One of the encouragements that someone told me a long time ago was: "If you could look back five years from now, how much will this really matter?" Over the years of my life...

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Pastors' Discussion on Facebook LIVE

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Last night we had some of our Pastors get together to talk about the current evolving situation we're facing in our cities, counties, states, and all around the world. Watch, listen and take notes for some challenging, yet tremendously encouraging words...

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Kindred Worship Services + Gathering Update (COVID-19)

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On behalf of our elder team, we wanted to share another update on our developing response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Please see Pastor Philip’s video....

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No Fishing Allowed

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In her book Tramp for the Lord, Holocaust survivor, Corrie ten Boon, tells of revisiting Germany in 1947 to share the gospel of God's forgiveness through faith in Christ. She recounts: "I had come from Holland to defeated Germany with the message that God...

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Little by Little

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Andrew Carnegie, the great industrialist and philanthropist, once stated in a speech before a graduating class that he thought that all young men fell into three categories: those who did not do all their duty, those who only professed to do their duty,...

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