Is Easter more than just eggs and candy?

By Elizabeth Stott / April 11, 2017

As Easter is approaching, we have asked several people who are a part of Christian Fellowship to share what Easter means to them. Here are some of the responses we have received: “Finally rescued! A new beginning, a new life, and a new hope.” – James Laney “Living in a middle-eastern country where 99% of…

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Recognizing and Treating Clinical Depression

By Sunmolu Shoyinka / February 9, 2017

Depression is one of the commonest mental health conditions worldwide, affecting over 350 million people according to the WHO. It is now recognized as an extremely important medical condition and is one of the leading causes of disability. Depressive disorder affects individuals from all walks of life. Women are at higher risk for depression compared…

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My Baptism Story

By Tara Freeman / January 19, 2017

I remember it clearly, I was 12 starting 8th grade at a new school in a new town and my life was ridiculously messy. It was just me and a single parent. The rest of my family was scattered and had already stopped going to church, so I started walking to a church. I’d wanted…

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Making A Prayer Play List

By Deb Schaefer / January 19, 2017

Since January 1, 2017, we, as a church, have been having thirty-one consecutive evenings of prayer. We are now two weeks into our thirty-one days. For those of you who have not been able to attend, we spend an hour together waiting with God from 7:00-8:00 p.m. each evening. We have been playing a list…

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How Do People Change? – Seminar

By Donnie Berry / January 12, 2017

You’ve probably heard it said that the gospel transforms lives. But how? What does it look like for the gospel to transform us? And does the gospel really reach down into the big struggles we face—like depression, or paralyzing fear and anxiety, or sexual sin? Answering those questions is what my friend Scott Mehl, who…

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Early Comments on 31 Days of Prayer

By Phil Schaefer / January 11, 2017

In the running community to which I belong there is a certain frame of thinking that runners use to categorize themselves. There are the A runners (who run fast and long), the B runners (who run steady and reasonable), and the C runners (who enjoy the experience of just being out there regardless of the…

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Six Things You Can Anticipate During 31 Days of Prayer

By Phil Schaefer / January 4, 2017

Most of us are not accustomed to praying for any length of time. At best we are sporadic and distracted. At worst we feel like we are failures when it comes to praying. We are about as good as non-believers in prayer in that we can throw up a few ‘Hail Mary’ type prayers and…

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3 Reasons I Am Excited about 31 Days of Prayer

By Debbie Koske / December 22, 2016

Three Reasons I’m excited about 31 Days of Prayer I need a fresh word. I have been running in the same direction for a very long time – same job, same city, same house, same Odyssey mini van, same routine. I’m not complaining. I love my life. It’s secure and comfortable and I am reasonably…

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The Dragon of Despair, Part 1

By Pamela OBrien / December 15, 2016

“Remember that overwhelmingly sad feeling when you learned that someone you loved died? Remember the guilt and embarrassment you felt after your biggest failure was exposed? Remember facing the biggest problem in your life and thinking that it was impossible to fix? Remember that time, as a little kid, when someone held you under the…

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Family is Worth the Fight

By Debbie Koske / December 1, 2016

4 Guiding Principles and 4 Practical Strategies for More Fun and Less Drama at Your Next Family Gathering I hope your Thanksgiving was better than ours. The morning started out great. The food prep was smooth and easy. Everyone seemed happy and lighthearted. We even said grace before the meal and several people were teary-eyed…

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