The buzz around the Parish house last night and today is the NFL draft. I think that’s what happens when you have 4 sons – you discuss, debate, and pretty much second guess every draft decision , while eating pizza and playing tackle football in the living room. (NOTE: my wife is in Canada visiting [...]
A couple good alternatives are almond and coconut milks.
Check out this joyful celebration of the resurrection of Jesus! What a way to let your light shine and a wonderful foreshadowing of the body of Christ being in His presence forever.
Jesus wants you well so that you can serve and worship Him unhindered!
Today has me reflecting again on the events and meaning of Good Friday. This year is particularly reflective for my family as it was Good Friday one year ago that my Grandmother, Judy Bruce, went to meet her Savior. (Incidentally, she died at almost exactly 3 in the afternoon, the same time Jesus may have [...]
What kind of story are you living?
Registration is now open for the KidSpark Summer Camp. The Camp will be held Monday – Thursday, June 13 -16, at Kavanaugh Retreat Center. The cost is $100.00 per child, please see Camp Flyer for more details. Registration and payment can be made online. The camp is open to kids entering 2nd grade through kids [...]
The poorest among us are those who only have money.
I hope everyone can be there. We are meeting on Friday, April 15 at 12:30 at New Life. The book this month is Jerusalem Vigil by Brock and Bodie Thoene. Remember to bring something to eat and spend your lunch hour with us.