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Pulling Back the Curtain on Satan (Part 2)
July 7th, 2021
In my last post, we talked about one way Satan attacks us; by accusing us.There is another way Satan attacks you. He schemes to destroy our faith and our testimony by telling us lies. While his accusa...  Read More
by Andrew VanCott
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Pulling Back the Curtain on Satan (Part 1)
May 27th, 2021
If you’re a follower of Jesus, then you need to know that you have an enemy. His name is Satan and he has other spiritual forces under his control (Eph 6:12) that all have the main purpose of destroyi...  Read More
by Andrew VanCott
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Enough One Day Event
April 28th, 2021
If you were fortunate enough to be one of the 300 ladies who came to the Enough One-Day Event recently, you know that the day was truly amazing! From engaging worship to the impactful message, from th...  Read More
by Carrie Brooks
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3 Ways We Try (But Fail) to Change People
April 20th, 2021
When we got our puppy years ago, the first thing we did was sign her up for obedience school. She is a beautiful black lab that we got from a local family and we named her Bella. During the 8 weeks of...  Read More
by Andrew VanCott
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Appearances
March 23rd, 2021
I overheard a hilarious story this week about a young woman who bought her first houseplant.The woman, having no prior experience caring for houseplants, decided to purchase a small succulent in hopes...  Read More
by Kelly Kershaw
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Jesus, the Real Thing
March 19th, 2021
Have you ever tried something that wasn’t as good as the real thing? Maybe you bit into a generic Oreo before realizing it wouldn’t taste the same. Maybe it was a refreshing gulp of milk, only to be m...  Read More
by Carrie Brooks
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When We Disagree
March 9th, 2021
As we have been making our way through the book of Acts at Connection Church there is a passage that I didn’t get to talk about during a sermon. I think it’s one of the most fascinating stories in the...  Read More
by Joe Terreri
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White, Wheat, Rye or Spiritual?
March 5th, 2021
Going to the grocery store is an adventure for me, especially when the list from my wife is vague. She knows that if the list says “bread” she may get one of any number of interesting types of bread. ...  Read More
by Andrew VanCott
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Stolen Identity
February 25th, 2021
Recently, one of my friends had her identity stolen… for the third time. The first time, someone purchased an Escalade in her name and tried to sell it for parts. The second time, someone tried to ope...  Read More
by Carrie Brooks
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How to Ruin Your Life
February 18th, 2021
One of the repeated sayings you’ll hear in our house is “we don’t do secrets, we only do surprises.” Out of the many reasons we champion this value is my belief that usually, nothing good is done in s...  Read More
by Andrew VanCott
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Raising Little Worshippers
February 5th, 2021
This morning my son announced with a yawn, “I’m still sleepy...”After shunning my repeated suggestion that he return to bed (a mom has to try), I decided to turn on a short kids exercise video to help...  Read More
by Kelly Kershaw
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Hand Over the Controller
January 27th, 2021
When we were kids, my brother and I received one of our favorite presents – a Super Nintendo. We were overjoyed to jump into the world of Donkey Kong, Joe & Mac, and of course, Mario. It’s amazing how...  Read More
by Carrie Brooks
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