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Upon Saying Goodbye: a Look Back

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As she says goodbye to her ministry at ECC, Sarah Evans reflects on what ECC has meant to her...

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A Journey to Easter

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A Journey to Easter Every American above the age of 35 remembers where they were and what they were doing on the morning of September 11, 2001; it was a banner day. March 2020 was a banner month, and a lot of us currently measure time by what came before and what came after it. We say "before Covid" as if it were the actual B.C. by which our calendar is arranged. The big...

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Renewed by the Word

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Today I finished doing my homework in the Sermon on the Mount for the women's Bible study. I probably say this every year at the end of our study, no matter what part of Scripture we have studied, but this has been a life-changing study. Or maybe a heart-changing study is a better way to put it. This week has been hard. I have been deeply sad and unable to pull myself out...

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When a Leader Falls

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How do we respond to the grievous report about Ravi Zacharias? Michael shares here a few ways we should think about this...

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Family Fun

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Family Ministry has been active this winter creating opportunities for those looking for a safe place to be to have fun and create memories outside of their house. ...

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Lessons the Holy Spirit Taught Me through Kirk Smith

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How a loaf of blueberry bread led to eternal lessons...

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Stuff to read and listen to

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I have read and listened to some really good stuff lately and I do not want to keep it to myself! So here are some recommendations for things to keep you engaged during these lovely winter months. (I really do like winter maybe I keep better in the cold.) Books Aging with Grace by Susan Hunt and Sharon Betters I look around at ECC and I see women who are so strong in t...

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That You May Bear More Fruit

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2020 was a year of pruning, but the promise of fruitfulness follows....

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End of the year reflections

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All around us people are saying "good riddance" to 2020. I have found myself joining in with this sentiment all too quickly. Good riddance to lockdowns, toilet paper shortages, people living in fear and isolation, and the ever-present CoVid reports, feeding our anxiety. But what if we could look back at this year, and forward to 2021 with a rather more biblical outlook? I ...

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Christmas in the ordinary

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Christmas means loving those around me when loving isn't easy. ...

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