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From Joshua Stewart | October 3, 2018

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Dear friends, This Sunday, we celebrate World Communion Sunday.  It’s one of my favorite Sundays of the year as Christians all over the globe will celebrate the Lord’s Supper and remember that together, despite our differences, we are all the body of Christ.  In my office...

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From Joshua Stewart | September 12, 2018

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Dear friends,  This Fall, our Wednesday night High School Bible Study group is reading various Bible stories alongside Bob Goff’s new book, Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People.  The premise of the book is that disciples of Jesus...

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From Joshua Stewart | August 15, 2018

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Dear friends, A few months ago, our daughter Sippi was pouring her glass of juice onto her plate of food at the dinner table.  Eventually, I had to confiscate the glass from her.  She immediately jumped out of her chair with a blended look of anger, hysteria, and rage!  Her twin...

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From Joshua Stewart | July 18, 2018

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Dear friends, I tend to read much more prose than poetry, so while on Study Leave earlier this month I took some time to read some poetry.  I am always caught off guard by the power of a good poem.  Good poems demand to be read slowly.  They force you to walk with the words and...

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From Joshua Stewart | July 3, 2018

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Dear friends, I write to you during my Study Leave, which is a time I am extremely grateful for because it is of enormous value to me as I plan, prepare, and dream about a new school year of Youth Group (among all else).  As you know, I love to read – but during the normal work week...

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From Josh Stewart | June 6, 2018

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Dear friends, Last month, we had a big Senior Dinner celebration for our high school graduates!  With 80 youth and families in attendance, it was a wonderful evening as underclassmen served dinner to our seniors and their families.  We love to go “all out” for the Senior...

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