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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Thoughts on Thankfulness

By Jean Claude Ntimpa and Nene Peter / November 21, 2017

I’m Pastor Jean Claude Ntimpa. In these Thanksgiving holidays, I’m happy to get this opportunity to share with you this encouragement. The word “thank” is a small word, but it is very powerful and to be thankful is very important to mankind. Even a dog gives thanks to his boss, watch him shaking his tail!…

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Thou Shalt Love Thyself?

By Deb Schaefer / November 1, 2017

I have long fought against the worldly concept of loving yourself.  My opinion on the matter was iron clad and tightly bolted. In my opinion, we all loved ourselves a little too much, and this was the root of so much anger, bitterness, divorce, break-downs in relationships, and even war. The problem was that everyone…

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Why Are We Live Streaming Our Sermons?

By Danny / September 15, 2017

This past week at Christian Fellowship, Skylark Audio & Video installed new video equipment for our auditorium. We upgraded our video switcher, replaced monitors, and even traded out our old camera for two new cameras. This new equipment will help us raise our level of production during services, and our Production Team is super excited…

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Meet Becky Hodill

By Elizabeth Stott / July 13, 2017

We are excited to welcome our new Events and Kitchen Coordinator – Becky Hodill! We have asked her a few questions so that we can all get to know her. A Little About Becky: Tell us a little about your family. Dan and I met in the summer of 2008. I was roommates with Elizabeth Stott…

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Meet Becky Jo Roberts

By Elizabeth Stott / July 13, 2017

We are excited to welcome our new Communications and Creative Design Coordinator – Becky Jo Roberts! We have asked her a few questions so that we can all get to know her. A Little About Becky Jo: Tell us a little bit about your home life. I own a little bungalow in central Columbia that I spend…

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Novels, the Bible, a Book Festival and Our Church

By Phil Schaefer / March 9, 2017

It has been said by a number of leading theologians and pastors that reading literature, especially fiction novels, may be the best way for people to understand the Bible. That is a bold and odd-sounding claim. But what they are saying is that the better one is versed in how to read a story, particularly…

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Hug A Heart

By Tara Freeman / February 22, 2017

What seems to be a very practical service project has become a gift of compassion and comfort to breast cancer patients. Our very own Linda McBee, having seen the fear and discomfort of many of her beloved friends walking through breast cancer treatments decided to do something about it. Using creativity, compassion, and her sewing…

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Community Compassion – Entering into Someone’s Story

By Mike Acock / December 8, 2016

“Who is my neighbor?” The question asked of Jesus by the lawyer in the Good Samaritan story in Luke 10. Jesus answers this question with a parable of a man (the Samaritan) who was not actually connected to the man who was beat and robbed and left on the side of the road. I mean…

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