Would you like to be baptized?

June 19, 2019

Telling stories are a big part of what we do here, and baptism is essentially telling two stories – first that Jesus died and was buried, but then rose from the dead and is alive. And second that you believe this happened and that you became a new creation when you decided to follow Jesus.

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Sports Camp starts tonight. Would you pray with us?

June 17, 2019

Sports Camp starts tonight and we’d like to invite you to join us in praying for this event and the hundreds who are involved. We have a daily prayer focus and have included some specific prayers Would you join us?

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Table Manners for Flawed People: Rebekah

June 16, 2019

The Spirit of Christ wants to transform the fruit of anxiety, fear, and mistrust into joy, peace, courage, and the capacity to trust deeply.

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A New Season for Adults at Pulpit Rock

June 14, 2019

We are so excited to tell you about some new things in the works for the men and women of Pulpit Rock! God has been stirring some big things into the hearts of a few people we’d like to introduce you to.

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Table Manners for Flawed People: Joseph

June 9, 2019

Our worth is found in the life and love of Christ.

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Seeing issues as people changed my whole perspective.

June 8, 2019

When I began to view LGBT+ related questions as not just about issues but about people, it changed things. My views of what behaviors the Bible condones and condemns did not change, but my views of how I ought to approach people who were created in the image of God were significantly changed.

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Jim and Mary Williams standing together in front of a pond.

How We Rebuilt Our Marriage

June 4, 2019

We’d been married for about four years.  We had two kids and had moved to Santiago, Chile to serve as missionaries.  We were – or so we thought – mature Christian laborers striving to advance the gospel.  But, under the surface of our seemingly healthy marriage, Mary and I were wrestling with deep issues that we were hardly aware of. 

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Table Manner for Flawed People: Paul

June 2, 2019

To love the Pauls in our lives, we have to see the heart underneath.

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A knife cutting through rare cooked meat while a fork holds it.

Peter, God’s Chosen Radical Curmudgeon

May 30, 2019

Could it be that Peter, in all his spontaneity and impulsiveness and filterless outbursts, was made this way for a reason? Perhaps God specifically chose him, in concert with Paul, to announce the most radical religious idea since Jesus was declared Son of God. And perhaps those of use who relate with Peter were made with a purpose too.

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Table Manners for Flawed People: Peter

May 26, 2019

How do we find a way to stay together and love each other deeply when it gets hard?

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