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The Epic Journey

By Christian Fellowship / May 10, 2021

A word from God given through Gary Dietrich in 2021: Most people would say that life is a journey. Yes, there are probably going to be some obstacles along the way, possibly even some major pitfalls. And even though the headlines declare daily that all is not well with the world, we go from day…

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The Pillar of Power

By Christian Fellowship / March 24, 2021

A word and vision from God given through Joe Gaboury on January 15, 2021: I saw the church [Christian Fellowship] as having one foundation pillar with four parts. The parts were from brother Bob’s word to Christian Fellowship in the 80’s. It is our pillar of purpose. CF is a house of prayer, a house…

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Our Missionaries at Casa Adalia

By Christian Fellowship / February 6, 2019

A story of what God is doing from our missionaries at Casa Adalia in Ecuador. Adalia in Hebrew means God is my refuge. Indeed He is. Casa Adalia seeks to be and has been a wondrous, not perfect, but definitely beautiful refuge to the young women and their children who have stepped through its open…

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Our Missionaries in Costa Rica

By Christian Fellowship / January 23, 2019

God called me to minister to the people of Costa Rica 13 years ago. Since then he has blessed me with my husband Camilo and two great sons: Joshua who is nine and Elias who is three. Our main focus is to reach the next generation, because they are our future. Many churches in Costa…

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Impactful Influence

By Mike Acock / December 21, 2018

I recently attended a luncheon to honor this year’s most impactful leaders among local area nonprofits. Perhaps you’ve heard of Impact COMO? 2018 was their inaugural year. Their purpose is to celebrate Columbia’s nonprofits’ high performing volunteers, organizations, and executive directors. When I first arrived at the Stoney Creek Inn, where the luncheon was held,…

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The Recap: Beth Moore

By Deb Schaefer / July 26, 2018

On July 13 and 14, about 100 women from Christian Fellowship joined 5,500 women, from a multitude of denominations, to hear Beth Moore speak at the Mizzou Arena. The worship was amazing as were her teachings…but, then, it was Beth Moore, who in my humble opinion, sits at the right hand of God. Beth used…

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Christian Fellowship School is Making Changes for Growth

By Scott Williams / July 5, 2018

This summer there is a lot of activity around the south end of the Christian Fellowship parking lot. In order to accommodate growth in the middle school and lower elementary, CFS is adding three additional modular classroom buildings. The current 4th and 5th grade classrooms are being moved slightly north (closer to the main building)…

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In The Shadow of God

By Christian Fellowship / June 21, 2018

This outdoor sculpture was commissioned for the church’s 40th anniversary. It was created by Adam Jennings and designed by Phil Schaefer. It contains 40 sheaves or blades representing each year of the church’s history. The blades rise in ascending order symbolizing God adding to the church with each blade having a bud showing the fruitfulness…

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God in this City: Summer Block Parties

By Nathana Clay / May 30, 2018

Over the past couple months, God’s calling to connect to others and reach out within my neighborhood has become increasingly clear. It started as an interaction our family had with a young preteen girl in the neighborhood. Through it my family witnessed the compassion and protection that our neighborhood outreach officers strove to offer for…

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Embracing Work as Worship

By Beth Bramstedt / January 11, 2018

“Timothy, guard what has been entrusted to your care.” I Timothy 6:20 For more than two decades, and all my adult working life, God called me to serve his Church in full-time ministry. It wasn’t something I aspired to, or pursued, in fact I pretty much fell into it. But it quickly became all I…

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