From the Pastor’s Heart

Weekly newsletters from Pastor Joe.  Check back every Wednesday for new updates!

From The Pastor’s Heart – October 24, 2018

We had an amazing time at the Men’s Life Encounter last weekend.  As always, God showed up and showed off. It was a powerful time where 25 men from our network encountered Jesus in a personal way.  I think it is safe to say that none of us will ever be the same as we […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart – October 17, 2018

“Come now, let’s settle this,” says the Lord.  “Though your sins are like scarlet, I will make them as white as snow.  Though they are red like crimson, I will make them as white as wool.” (Isaiah 1:18) Have you ever dyed a piece of cloth or stained a piece of wood?  Once you’ve done […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart – June 13, 2018

From the Pastor’s Heart, I have been spending time in the Psalms recently and I have been struck with how King David faced a constant stream of enemies that came against him. More importantly is the way he handled that burden. David cast his burdens on the Lord. Even though his enemies tried to trap […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart

I have said many times that our youth are a vital part of our church body a ministry. This week I came across an article written by J. Warner Wallace, the author of Cold-Case Christianity that pulled together much of the research that has been done regarding the direction our churched youth are going as […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart – March 28, 2018

The events of this week in the life of Jesus are the most important thing we celebrate as Christians. I’m a little late getting this out but I would encourage you to read about the events of each day this week and prayerfully consider what our Lord and Saviour has done for us. Beginning with […]

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From The Pastor’s Heart – February 14, 2018

From the Pastor’s Heart, As I lay there in the dentist’s chair thinking about the news that was just delivered to me I felt myself getting more and more frustrated.  I had broken off part of my tooth and the cost to get it repaired was very high.  My first response was to voice my […]

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