Am I Really Helping?
The weekend of Palm Sunday, my message was about how to care for our life with God. As an illustration, I related my conflict between body, mind, and will when it comes to Applebee’s Triple Chocolate Meltdown dessert. I think my illustration must have resonated with many of you. Over the past couple of weeks, I have had several people text or email me photos of their dessert indulgences. (It doesn’t appear to me that the will is overruling the body in these instances!) (more…)
Summer Worship Schedule
This summer, Pearce will be holding a single worship service on Sundays, beginning at 10:00 am Why are we doing this? Well, there are several reasons. (more…)
Due to the fact that the church office is closed on Good Friday, along with the heavy work load facing the support staff at Pearce, I’m not sending out a Dangling Conversation this week. So, I will simply encourage you to draw near to Christ during these special days, as we remember His sufferings, death, and resurrection. I hope you will find times to worship our Lord, both in places of solitude and in community with other believers. Don’t miss the opportunities these days offer for reflection! I’ll carry on my “normal” conversation next week! Until then, may your faith in our Savior deepen as you think of Him. (more…)
A Special Thanks
At the church where I served as a summer intern many years ago, I observed a dysfunctional leadership board first-hand. Meetings were tense, and the agenda was dominated by a treasurer who considered the church funds as something to be hoarded. As a result, the treasurer would not give the board complete financial reports, for fear that they would spend the money if they realized the amount on-hand. I have a vivid memory of standing in the office of the lead pastor as he bemoaned the obstacle he was consistently encountering. (more…)
A Weighty Matter
I always appreciate hearing ways in which the Lord uses the Pearce facility to bless others. So much goes on in our building each week, many events of which I am totally unaware. (more…)
Kindergarten through 12-year-olds
6:30 am until bus pick-up, and afternoons until 6:00 pm Weekdays during the school year
Filling the need many parents have for child care before and/or after school, P4K provides a safe place for kids through the age of 12 to complete homework, enjoy snacks, pursue special interests, and participate in sports activities.
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