General PRC Blog

On Lightbulbs and Such

November 2, 2016

I was was recently reminded how many little things – things that I never think about – are needed to keep life smooth and functioning. Things like lightbulbs. Pulpit Rock Church exists to help people journey with God. And we can’t do that without lightbulbs.

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The Robber of Joy

October 27, 2016

As Thomas has been leading us through Ecclesiastes, I have been giving thought to how disruptive discontentment is. I have found when I allow it to take root, it ends up being all consuming. But there is always a path of joy.

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Praying for our Leaders

October 17, 2016

In 1 Timothy 2, Paul urges us to pray for – and give thanks for – our leaders and those in authority over us. So we do. Join us as we pray this prayer each day until the election.

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Our Very Own Superhero

October 13, 2016

Luke Wrobleski is our Facilities Director. He lead our church through our 365 day auditorium renovation. For the last year, he practically lived at church, putting in literally countless hours to make our new sanctuary a reality. In the process, God was doing something great in him.

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How We Spend Your Money

October 10, 2016

We know we can’t make anyone grow – all we can do is create an environment that reflects the gospel and trust God to do what only he can do. Here’s how we are doing that, thanks to your faithful giving.

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Want to help Haiti?

October 4, 2016

Many of you have emailed or asked on Facebook about ways to get involved in what is happening in Haiti. As you know Pulpit Rock has a partner on the ground right now, Mission of Hope. Here’s how you can help.

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The Brokenhearted

September 23, 2016

Our community experienced a loss this week – a death that touched our church body. When tragedy hits, community is a lifeline. One of our students shared her thoughts as she processed the messiness that is this life.

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Our Conversations with God

September 20, 2016

Prayer is my communication with God. What matters most to God is my attitude towards His response. When his response doesn’t look like what I expect, do I still believe he is who he says he is?

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A Stain to Remember

September 2, 2016

We’re nearly a year out from The Flood. Mark Windle shares how a bit of mess serves as an excellent reminder of what God’s doing in the life of our church.

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How to Fix the World

August 9, 2016

Social and political agendas will never change or heal the hearts of men. No president, congressman, or supreme court justice will save our souls. If I want to help change the world, I can start at my own home, in my own neighborhood, and in my own city.

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