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David Watson
August 7, 2019

Endings and Beginnings

Endings & Beginnings – and the glory of the two! As I write this, the school teachers are beginning to arrive for pre-planning and the quiet of the summer is coming to an end. I find myself thanking God for the ending and the beginning. Sometimes it can be too quiet around here! It doesn’t [...]

July 9, 2019

Student Ministry BBQ Fundraiser

What could be better than sharing a meal of BBQ pork with all the sides? How about pre-ordering competition quality smoked pork in 1 pound quantities – or order the whole shoulder to enjoy at home! Come for the morning service on the 21st, and stay for a great time of fun and fellowship while [...]

July 9, 2019

Breakthrough Movie Screening July 17th at 6:30pm in main Sanctuary

Breakthrough Movie Trailer

February 6, 2018

Sometimes I feel like I’m asked to be the Dollar Tree…

Have you ever shopped there? It is a store where everything is valued the same, even though we inherently know that everything can’t really only be worth the same $1. Take my time for example: one hour spend mindlessly watching TV is not of the same value as an hour spent with my grandsons. An [...]

August 8, 2017

Dog Days of Summer?

August used to be ‘the dog days of summer.’ Do you remember that? The temperatures were hot and the summer breezes fled away, and dogs and people sat out on porches relaxing while attempting to stay cool….. So much for that! This August we are all running at mach speeds. School will be back in [...]

February 1, 2017

Walking with God

Our Walking with God can be full of unexpected adventure and opportunities that we never dreamed of – or not. It can be exciting – exhilarating even – or not. We can either yield to His amazing leadership, or we can say ‘no thank you.’ We can either spend our lives playing it safe, or [...]

November 29, 2016


Isaiah said, ‘For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given’ (9:6). This morning, after struggling though traffic that was complicated by the first rain in over 40 days, I am struck by the simple word ‘us.’ We live in such a ‘me’, ‘my’ and ‘I’ world; you know, “get out [...]

August 25, 2016

What We Hold Matters

Glenda and I went zip lining this week. We harnessed up, climbed up a 4000ft tower (OK, maybe 80 feet), allowed a person we have never met to clip us to a steel cable and we stepped out into – nothing. The pre-zip instructions were interesting: ‘you can hold here, (the front line attaching to [...]

August 3, 2016

New Methods, Same Message

Years ago I read a book with a catchy title, and I vowed that I would never be one of the people it spoke about. The book title was The Seven Last Words of the Church: We Never Did it That Way Before. It spoke of the need for innovation – and of the resistance [...]

January 18, 2016

Getting Back to “Normal Life”?

The holidays are over.  I am going to modify my eating habits by leaving behind the days of frozen mocha cheese cake and pecan pie. I have been thinking ‘it will be nice to get back to normal life.’ Then I started the morning with a breakfast meeting at The Marietta Diner. Coffee, orange juice, [...]

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