With both Ears
Jul 9 8:55 PM

With both Ears

Jul 9 8:55 PM
Jul 9 8:55 PM

This thing happens to me sometimes where I wake up deaf in my right ear.

It’s annoying.

It’s a strange occurrence where, though I use those freaky earwax candles that you light on fire to keep excess wax at bay, I end up with tiny amounts of wax stuck right to my eardrum.  I can’t hear ANYTHING out of that ear until I go see the doc and get it removed.

It happened to me just a couple days ago, and it was a bit embarrassing.  I couldn’t hear most of what my family said to me all morning, even though my left ear was totally clear.  I went to the Minute Clinic at a local CVS.  When I walked in, an employee greeted me, but....

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Sunday Morning Matters
Jul 2 12:22 PM

Sunday Morning Matters

Jul 2 12:22 PM
Jul 2 12:22 PM

I need Sunday morning at church; in person or watching at home. Every week it refreshes me and reminds that I can be my best self, but I can’t do it on my own. Through the Holy Spirit, bit by bit, He continues His sanctifying work. It’s not nearly...

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We Are All Family Here
Jun 25 11:35 AM

We Are All Family Here

Jun 25 11:35 AM
Jun 25 11:35 AM

When I think back over the past few months and reflect on how God has worked in my life during the pandemic I honestly do not know where to even begin. I can think of all the days that God carried me through loneliness, uncertainty, anxiety and loved me even when I allowed these emotions to bring out the worst in me. I can think of the days I was filled with gratitude, especially when my eyes were opened to the deep pain and suffering of others while I sit safely with my family on our couch. However, if I had to really break it down, I think the work God has been doing in my life...

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What's Your Part?
Jun 12 8:23 AM

What's Your Part?

Jun 12 8:23 AM
Jun 12 8:23 AM

I was reading in the book of Nehemiah recently and came across a single word in a single verse that has been convicting me for a couple of weeks now. Nehemiah 3 talks about a bunch of individuals working on various parts of the wall during the rebuilding of Jerusalem. It’s some pretty dry reading if I’m honest. The one verse that stood out to me though, was verse 20. “After him Baruch the son of Zabbai zealously repaired another section, from the angle to the doorway of the house of Eliashib the high priest” (NASB). If you read through the whole chapter, you’ll see basically the same sentence with a different worker and a different part of the wall in each verse with one exception. No other verse includes the word...

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Joy in Discovering the Multi-Dimensional God
Jun 5 9:04 AM

Joy in Discovering the Multi-Dimensional God

Jun 5 9:04 AM
Jun 5 9:04 AM

We have been looking for ways to deepen our worship together as a family, and the coronavirus quarantine has brought unexpected opportunities to do just that; blessings can come when you least expcect them can't they?! For example, over the last couple months or so, we’ve eaten almost every meal together as a family. Which also means we’re praying together a lot more. Early on, when we didn’t know just how bad the virus could get, if we’d get sick or not, if life as we knew it would forever be altered, we resolved to focus on...

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We are excited to announce that we will have an in-person worship service outside at 8:30am in the MCC parking lot! We can’t wait to see you! In addition, our Sunday live-stream (on Facebook and Instagram) will move to 10:00am for the foreseeable future for those who are not be able to join us.

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Please read the Guidelines for Gathering to Worship Together at MCC in its entirety so that you know what to expect when you come to our outdoor service. This will help you and those around you navigate a very new situation, hopefully in a way that is as seamless as possible.  We believe that our unity will be expressed and strengthened as we serve one another in Christ this week so join us in extending grace to each other, amid our differing perspectives, and different views about how to live in this time.

“... submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.”

Eph. 5:21

“Outdo one another in showing honor.”

Rom. 12:10

“By this all men will know that you are My disciples,

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Jn. 13:35

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