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What a Rush! by Tate Monroe

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In my life I’ve gotten a rush from many different things. I love heights. There are not many things that take my breath away like being so elevated you can look out and see for miles or like leaning over the edge of something and looking at the world below. I can remember my friend […]

Peace by Tim Boyer

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Oh here we are. The fourth week of June, the temperature rising, and the summer is in full swing. For myself, as a youth pastor, that means I have the awesome opportunity to do all kinds of exciting and entertaining trips with youth. I love this! I love the fellowship and building relationships.  This time […]

Audience of One by Tate Monroe

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Are you tired? Downright exhausted? Are you working so hard to meet everyone’s expectations and then fretting over how yours are not being met in return? When you look at your “to-do” list do you find you’re over scheduled, over committed and frankly just plain over it!? How much time on that schedule have you […]

Carrying Out the Mission by Tim Boyer

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If you were in attendance or joined us online two weeks ago for worship, we had the great opportunity and privilege to witness the Confirmation of 2 awesome youth. Through Confirmation these youth decided to profess their faith in front of God and the entire congregation by vowing to be part of the life of […]

A tEDdy Bear Picnic by Rev. Dr. Tiffany A. Nagel Monroe

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Picnic time for Teddy BearsThe little Teddy Bears are havingA lovely time todayWatch them, catch them unawaresAnd see them picnic on their holiday Jimmy Kennedy In 1907, music composer John Walter Batton wrote the music for The Teddy Bear’s Picnic. In 1932, Jimmy Kennedy added the lyrics to Batton’s melody and the teddy bears came […]

It’s in the Bag by Tate Monroe

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As disciples seeking to respond to God’s call, it is important to make one on one contact, shake hands with and verbally express love to those who go unrecognized or are taken for granted. “I’ve been here 15 years and nothing like this has ever happened before.” This was the reaction of the activity coordinator […]

Special One-Night Online Study on Discipleship

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“If you try to build the church, you will rarely get disciples. But if you make disciples, you will always get the church.”— Mike Breen, Building a Discipleship Culture Coming Up Next Week: a special one-night study on what it means to be a disciple and to cultivate a life of discipleship. Join us Tuesday […]

The Helpers by Tate Monroe

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“Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” – Fred Rogers     At some point I learned to pray to see with holy sight and to hear with holy listening. I’ve heard Pastor Tiffany say to pray, “Lord, break my heart for what breaks yours.” These prayers sound elegant and they’re […]

Is It Ever Just a Task? by Tim Boyer

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Monday mornings, enough said. The worst right? Not too many people that I know enjoy Monday mornings. For some it is the task of realizing that the weekend is over, the alarm clock rings earlier, and there are 5 full days ahead to push through. However, for me I have come to look forward to, […]

Spring Ring & Sing Sunday

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Every spring, St. Paul’s celebrates worship with a special music Sunday. Join us this Sunday for an Old Fashioned Ring & Sing with songs of spiritual revival. You will leave with your soul renewed. Please follow and like us: