Deacon Rich Anlauf’s Reflection

My Life is a Song! What an amazing God we have! If we would totally surrender everything to Him and let

Deacon Rich Anlauf’s Reflection2022-05-18T22:21:54-07:00

Deacon Peter Palmer’s Reflection

Reflecting for the First Four Months of 2022 I am sure we will all agree that the last two years have

Deacon Peter Palmer’s Reflection2022-05-05T13:24:39-07:00

Deacon Dennis Paschke’s Reflection

In my own faith journey, I have come to know that following Jesus by living as he lived is not easy.During Holy

Deacon Dennis Paschke’s Reflection2022-05-12T18:01:54-07:00

Deacon Carol Palmer’s Reflection

A reflection for me is a very personal heartfelt part of me. Sometimes when I have thought about this writing I have

Deacon Carol Palmer’s Reflection2022-04-21T17:36:57-07:00

Rosemary Sambora’s Reflection

In one of our women’s bible study gatherings, I remember someone asking how to hear the Holy Spirit speaking to us; and

Rosemary Sambora’s Reflection2022-05-02T12:27:13-07:00

Pastor Mark Dippre’s Reflection

Peace Be with You… One of the most common greetings we hear from Jesus are the words, “Peace be with you.”  In

Pastor Mark Dippre’s Reflection2022-04-21T17:33:07-07:00

Dawn Paschke’s Reflection

Stretcher Bearers “A few days later, when Jesus again entered Capernaum, the people heard that he had come home.  So many

Dawn Paschke’s Reflection2022-04-18T11:23:15-07:00

Fr. Dale Fushek’s Reflection

The Concept of Little Easters We all know what the meaning of Easter is!   Jesus died for our sins on Good

Fr. Dale Fushek’s Reflection2022-04-04T11:32:42-07:00

Deacon Peter Klemens’ Reflection

Judgment As I grow older and hopefully wiser, an apparent need to address my addiction to “Judgment” has risen.  It appears

Deacon Peter Klemens’ Reflection2022-04-04T08:53:31-07:00
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