On Grilling and Gunge

June 27, 2023 | Jaci Miller

Nothing excites the senses like summer grilling season. When savory aromas float from backyard to backyard. When puffs of smoke herald a delicious meal and faces flush rosy as they hover over hot grates. Most folks look forward to the range of...

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Israel Trip Takeaways

June 1, 2023

In April 2023, a group of thirty-three individuals from the church travelled to Israel, gaining first-hand experiences in places where powerful Biblical events unfolded, as well as walking where Jesus walked. Dr. Randall Smith lead and taught the...

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The Poor Library

May 23, 2023 | Russ Moe

Renovation of the Saint Joseph County Public Library is now complete. It’s stunning. RAM Stern Architects have created a modern cathedral of learning. The square block structure complements its surroundings in downtown South Bend...

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Jealousy and Idolatry

May 9, 2023 | Jaci Miller

My chest tightened. I caught my breath as a wave of jealousy plowed through me. Unbelievable. I had stumbled across her name on a prestigious award list. Someone who had once hurt me was succeeding in a field I longed to conquer. A field into...

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Charity Begins at Home

May 2, 2023 | Mitchell Mace

To understand charity, I believe we need to understand the various meanings of the word. What is the origin of the word? What meaning is used here? It is interesting to see the differences of what is revealed. The Google online definition...

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