Taking care of our own lives comes before taking care of others. We can only lead and shepherd others as we have led and shepherded ourselves. Regular sabbaticals are a primary way we, as a church can honor God.
Christmas Eve Services
December 24th at 10:30 AM & 4:30 PM
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
Brady’s eyes and mischievous look pulled in this “old Grandpa” as the door opened at their home for my first visit with the foster family. They decided that they would call me Mr. Bob and I confess, my heart melted a bit with each visit, hug, wave and hearing them call out “Mr. Bob!”
On Saturday September 26th, a dozen parents gathered at Pulpit Rock Church. We found ourselves instead gratefully connecting with other parents who could understand our lives and journey better than anyone else we’ve ever met. Sharing story with those who “get it” is an incredibly encouraging experience.
At Pulpit Rock, we recognize that life is hard, messy and often overwhelming. The good news is God never intended for us to go through this messy life alone. He values community that comes through relationships. He created us to be in relationship with Himself and with each other. Enter Women’s Ministry…
When our small group decided to do a service project together, we talked through the different things each of us had to offer. One of the couples on our small group used to teach East Coast Swing lessons to college students. My husband and I own an ice cream store in town. We thought, ‘There must be someone out there who needs ice cream and dancing!’