A Pastor's Perspective 03-05-2024
March 5th, 2024
 Some of my favorite memories growing up happened in any one of my aunts’ homes. I have a distinct memory of being in my Aunt Joy’s house close to Christmas. I was standing in her kitchen, looking out...  Read More
by Jen Rabon
A Pastor's Perspective 02-27-2024
February 27th, 2024
  In 1995, this Church decided to become more than a strong financial giving church to missions.  They decided to get the people to move out into the community and show others the love of Christ.  Ope...  Read More
by Susie Reeder
A Pastor's Perspective 02-20-2023
February 20th, 2024
Sunday was powerful as we remembered and celebrated the thing that makes us truly “Stronger Together” - God’s love displayed through the sacrifice of Jesus. So what now? The second half of "What Is Lo...  Read More
by Blake Benge
A Pastor's Perspective 02-13-2024
February 13th, 2024
When I agreed to serve as Interim Director of Student Ministries Jon and I discussed Keen Teen. He tried to paint a picture of exactly what this event would look like. Eileen and I did not attend Synd...  Read More
by Tom Hatch
A Pastor's Perspective 01-07-2024
February 7th, 2024
As a kid living in Orlando, we went to SeaWorld a lot. My parents bought annual passes, and we used them on various days when nothing else was going on. We have some good memories there from the activ...  Read More
by Jon Nahlen
A Pastor's Perspective 01-30-2024
January 30th, 2024
 In his book "Good to Great", Jim Collins uses the analogy of a bus to describe how great organizations attract and grow talented staff. He notes that as you look at these organizations, you will see ...  Read More
by Geron Gambill
A Pastor's Perspective 01-23-2024
January 23rd, 2024
This Sunday we ordain 3 new deacons, and they will join 14 others beginning a three year term in our body of deacons. These men and women are lead partners in the Good News of Jesus.Often, at the end ...  Read More
by Blake Benge
A Pastor's Perspective 01-16-2024
January 16th, 2024
We have an exceptional calling: a calling to follow Jesus. It is a high calling, and the hight is why some choose not to answer. It must be lowered for them; it is too costly and difficult. However, J...  Read More
by Blake Benge
A Pastor's Perspective 01-09-2024
January 9th, 2024
A Pastor’s Perspective… A new year does not necessarily mean new things, but for Snyder it does and we are grateful to God for all He is doing in and through us. We resumed our usual Sunday morning an...  Read More
by Blake Benge
A Pastor's Perspective 01-02-2024
January 2nd, 2024
The way people begin the New Year varies. Some start the New Year remembering the one that has passed and thinking of the one ahead. They have a picture of what they want to accomplish in the coming y...  Read More
by Blake Benge
A Pastor's Perspective 12-19-2023
December 19th, 2023
   A Pastor’s Perspective…Never have I worked with someone who has a higher emotional quotient than Bruce Herrmann. His genuine care for others and absolute Christlikeness make him perfectly suited fo...  Read More
by Kay Mitchell
A Pastor's Perspective 12-12-2023
December 12th, 2023
There’s a chair in my house that I never ever would have picked out as a favorite chair. It has a hard wooden seat and is neither known for its comfort nor it’s back support. You don’t curl up in it u...  Read More
by Giles Blankenship
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