Spring Newsletter

Family Ministries: Camp Highlight

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A significant scene in many of our faith stories is summer camp. Your scene might include the forging of a spiritual friendship, the exploration of a theological truth, the discovery of God’s voice, or even the launching of your relationship with Jesus. We want as many kids and teens to experience these kinds of sacred moments as possible, so we’ve…

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Finance: God Owns It All

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I spent the first six weeks of this year teaching Ron Blue’s “God Owns It All” course that looks at finding contentment in our finances, but more importantly in our everyday lives. He does this by exploring biblically-based principles with which we can use to live our lives. One of these principles is giving generously. But before we can explore…

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Facilities: Joel Thomas

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Joel Thomas is my name and facility management and event coordinating is my new aim, as I have been blessed with the opportunity and position of College Wesleyan Church’s Facility Manager/Event Coordinator. Raised in the Wesleyan Church in Northern Indiana, I found my faith to be steeped in my father’s Arminian theology and teaching. I have since experienced and developed…

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Faith Made Real

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Two years ago, as we were finishing our Soul Shift emphasis, Me To We, we thought it would be a great idea to do something that would keep us moving from a more me-centered culture to a more others-oriented community.  What better way than to share parts of our story with others in our church family?  So we asked you…

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Discipleship: Journey Toward Stewardship

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How did God begin to move you toward transformation during the Consumer to Steward SoulShift series? What do you need to receive as a gift from God? Where is God calling you to contentment? How could you be multiplying what God has given you? How are you developing holy ambition? Which area of giving is God encouraging you to expand?…

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