Family ministry summer intern, Kate Cupp, reflects on VBS....Keep Reading
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New book helps parents, mentors, pastors, youth ministers, children’s ministry volunteers, or simply friends "bring clarity to young minds in a world that is spinning in confusion" ...
Discipleship is about change. Everyone wants to change......
Hospitality is a subject we talk a lot about. God seems to be pushing me to actually DO something about it..........Keep Reading
Yesterday, I wrote about the importance of Family Worship. If you never have tried Family Worship or you are looking for a new model, let me suggest one example: Read, Sing, Pray. Keep in mind, this is not the only way to do Family Worship. So if you have a pattern that works for you, keep it! Our practice takes only 10-15 minutesmuch more and our family would probably spo...Keep Reading
We live in a time and a culture in which asking for help is perceived as weakness. And our busy-ness often causes us to offer our help in very non-specific ways. How can we become a Body who finds joy in serving one another in caring, creative ways?...Keep Reading
God's grace is freely available to us, and we need it to live and grow as Christians. How do we KEEP it freely flowing?...Keep Reading
Why Community Groups? What possible reason do we believe you should be involved in Community Groups? Here are three reasons that exist behind Community Groups at ECC....Keep Reading
I have experienced the community of believers here at ECC in a very real way recently. You all have taught me what it means to care for each other. ...Keep Reading
Getting married is not an isolated event between two people. Rather, a Christian wedding invites the entire community of the people of God to look in and peer on your marriage. Are you married? Then guess what...your relationship to your spouse is open to accountability from everyone else!...Keep Reading
How well do you really know the people in your neighborhood? Michael posed that question on the blog a couple of weeks ago, and it's been haunting me. I know I've done an awful job of getting to know my neighbors since we've lived in our house. This is not, as Michael noted, an isolated phenomenon. In many of America's communities, the easy familiarity we once had with o...Keep Reading
Did you ever wish someone would reach out to you? Here are three ways you can help build a culture of reaching out at ECC. ...Keep Reading