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No Services on December 30th

This December 30, our church will again practice the rhythm of taking a Sabbath rest on Sunday morning. This means no services or programs. The heart behind this is to give the gift of space and rest to all of our people, to help us be open to new ways God would like to connect with us. So what could you do on this Sunday morning? Let me make three suggestions…

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A Glimpse of PRiSM56

PRiSM56 is a beautiful program, where caring adults intentionally enter into the crazy world of tweenagers who are just beginning to step into their identity, self-worth, interests, passions and self-awareness. As a mom of a daughter who will soon be entering the pre-teen world, nothing makes my heart happier than knowing that PRiSM56 is waiting for her.

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Our Military Family Gathering

At Pulpit Rock Church, we want to not only love on our Military community, but be a launch pad for ministers that are regularly sent to other parts of the nation, world and even conflicted areas plagued by war and lacking access to the Good News of Jesus Christ.

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Ways to Practice Advent This Year

For Christ-followers, Advent is a sacred part of the liturgical calendar – a time of preparation and expectation as we await the birth of our Savior and his return for us. Practicing Advent is a powerful way to keep our focus on Christ during the holiday season.

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Freedom for Fawn

In which Jonathan shares about a night in a Thai club and an encounter with a young girl named Fawn where he came face to face with his deep longing for the Kingdom of God, where the full gospel is realized.

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Parent Cue

After Kathy and I married and we had our first child, David, I realized that since I had come from a broken, harsh home, I needed her help as we raised our children. I did not want our children to experience what I had experienced. But I had no idea what to do.

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SENT | Donuts on the Deck and Driveway | Biels, Shipps, Stermers

The Shipps, Biels and Stermers collaborated on a Saturday morning to connect with their neighbors: “A group of neighbors who have lived here for 30+ years reminiscing about raising their kids here and talking about what activities they used to do together. They were so excited that the torch has been lit to do these things once again, even now that their own kids are grown and gone.”

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Thoughts on Thursday Serve Day

Mark Windle reflects on thankfulness, the students of Pulpit Rock and year three of something called Thursday Serve Day. Students giving a up day every week of their summer to love, play with and bring free lunch to neighborhood kids around Mitchell High school.

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