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  • Stop, Think, Connect – Tips for Online Use in 2017

    Stop and Think Before Connecting The use of social media outlets continues to be a personal interest of mine with regards to etiquette and safety. Noted below is yet another article that I hope is useful for those who “surf the net.” In today’s world, one’s privacy is less likely to be protected. The more that people know about you the more likely that others will want to “label” you or comprise your integrity. While my intent is not to scare [...] Read More »

  • From the Pastor’s Desk: February 7, 2017

    Social networking sites are a great way to exchange views on a variety of subjects ranging from sports to politics to religion to the latest technology. As you can imagine, people sometimes engage in spirited debates on these and many other issues. Passions often run high when it comes to political or religious views. A couple of suggestions come to mind when sharing personal views on the internet. Read More »

  • From the Pastor’s Desk: February 6, 2017

    The article noted below comments on an issue that has divided our country along political lines. Whether in agreement or not, The United Methodist Church has a position on the issue of immigration that needs to be read by its members. Read More »


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1 John 4:16

So we have known and believe the love that God has for us. God is love, and those who abide in love abide in God, and God abides in them.