The Informal Mentor
Jan 10 3:09 PM

The Informal Mentor

Jan 10 3:09 PM
Jan 10 3:09 PM

Throughout my life God has blessed me with strong mentors. Each has exercised influence in different ways, at different times and on different aspects of my life. Some have taught me about life, some have taught me how to treat others, some have helped me with my professional development, while others have taught me the simple joy of fly-fishing. Each have helped make me who I am. In some cases the...

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Amazing Love
Jan 3 6:59 AM

Amazing Love

Jan 3 6:59 AM
Jan 3 6:59 AM

When we serve others, something really cool happens. Something small, yet significant. Something that you don’t expect and really don’t get anywhere else. It’s a small glow inside that sparks love… only it’s a different kind of love than the world is used to. It’s not romantic, it’s not selfish, and it doesn’t have strings attached, it’s not even the familia type love; it’s deeper than that. It’s the kind of love that takes your breath away just by thinking about it and realizing all that it has accomplished. It’s the eternal love that can only come from Christ. It is different than any other...

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No Strings Attached
Dec 19 2:13 PM

No Strings Attached

Dec 19 2:13 PM
Dec 19 2:13 PM

Several years ago Emily and I chose to be purposeful in how we celebrate Christmas. But last year, faced with a visit from family, we were stretched beyond our comfort zone. My older brother, Seth, and I used to be very close. As young men we traveled the world and planned to be missionaries in Asia. Over the years we grew apart, both getting married and starting our own families. We did not converse regularly. He eventually...

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Introduced to Jesus
Dec 13 2:55 PM

Introduced to Jesus

Dec 13 2:55 PM
Dec 13 2:55 PM

I once knew a little girl who grew up in a family where both parents were alcoholics, she was the baby of three girls, all 5 years apart. The parents moved their family across the country away from all family support and oversight, so they were in survival mode, and didn't make time to raise the girls. Their motto was, "children are to be seen and not heard". Frequently there was no money for food, and her parents were too proud to get the girls on a free, or reduced lunch rate at school. At the age of six...

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A Channel of God's Love Toward Others
Dec 11 5:17 PM

A Channel of God's Love Toward Others

Dec 11 5:17 PM
Dec 11 5:17 PM

Have you seen the card in the bulletin recently? The one with the Christmas Eve Service information? Christmas is one of the times when we are encouraged to invite family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to church – and with good reason – Advent so clearly shows God’s love for mankind. Maybe you’re one of those for whom extending an invitation is ‘second nature’, it’s easy for you and everyone you invite comes, has a wonderful time and ends up coming to church regularly. If that’s you, then don’t bother reading the rest of this, just keep on extending those invitations! If you’re like me and you’re a little...

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Announcements:

MCC is beginning a new discipleship-based women’s ministry called Titus 2 Discipleship. This is a small group ministry created to teach, encourage and celebrate discipleship. There are numerous times available and meetings are monthly.
If you are interested, please talk or text Christine Leggett or catch one of the ladies in the foyer to sign up this Sunday!


The Bolivia Mission Team is hosting their annual Pie Silent-Auction between services February 16 in the Fellowship Hall! There will be cake, cookies, sweet and savory pies, and more. It is a fun event with lots of laughs, delicious goodies and is a great way to support the mission team! Contact Jennifer Ward with questions or to let her know you can donate something for the silent auction. 


The Elders are hosting a 4-week Foundations Class on Sundays between March 1 – March 22 in the Conference Room. This class is designed to better help you get to know MCC - who we are, what we believe and why, and how to get connected. Please sign up with Sarah in the office.

A. Montoya Elementary is hosting their annual Science Fair on Wednesday, March 25 from 8:00 am-12:00pm.  Shine and MCC volunteers have been a vital part of this Science Fair for the past few years and are such a blessing to the students! The Science Fair Board is looking for interviewers who can listen to student’s presentation, share feedback, and help students celebrate their achievements. A background check is required. Please contact Ashley Procter by Friday, March 6 to volunteer!


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July 13-17, 2020. 

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