Heaven’s Baseball

I fell into a deep sleep after a long hard day; I was simply exhausted and was ready for a good night’s rest. I rarely dream and when I do, the moment I awake the dream is gone.  However, this night I’ll not soon forget.

I was fast asleep and was very relaxed.  Suddenly I realized that my exhaustion was my departure from the world.  I looked around and understood where I was: Heaven. I was surrounded in peace and love.  I felt very much at home and relaxed and as I looked I was in a stadium. Puzzled, I turned and asked a person in the crowd.  The individual greeted me with enthusiasm and told me his name. “Hello,” he said with a firm handshake “my name is Paul and it’s a pleasure to meet you.”

Paul exclaimed “We’ve been watching you and are so glad to finally make your acquaintance.” I was in astonishment and asked “Is this Heaven?”  Paul responded with a hearty chuckle and stated “Yes, it is.” “Why am I, how could I, what happened?” I had so many questions. Suddenly there was a loud trumpet blast and I heard a voice yell “Play ball!”

I turned my head and as I looked, the stadium which I was seated in was over a large opening with a perfect view of a ball game held in an earthly setting.  I have never really had much interest in baseball, however, I decided to watch and ask questions later. The teams had uniforms which I could not distinguish quite clearly. Something look different; there was…there was only one team I thought?  Curiouser and curiouser I watched on.

The first batter was up and I looked to see the pitcher (sorry I did!), a hideous monster wearing the number 666.  Never have I seen such evil, yet I had no fear. The first up was Christian, a strong bible scholar who lived and proclaimed the gospel.  The pitcher through a wicked curveball; and Christian let it go by; “Ball” the umpire cried. Next a fiery fast ball literally screamed toward the plate. With quick a firm footing in the Word Christian blasted through splintering the bat.

The ball was going, going, gone, “Homerun!” shouted the umpire.  Never have I heard such an evil hiss. Looking on I realized the stadium on earth was packed with demons. These demons I noticed entice the players to indulge in desires of the flesh. To my dismay, some partook and when their turn came to the plate, they would strike out.

I asked Paul why I was seeing this and his response dropped my jaw. “You played this” he said.  “Paul, I exclaimed I don’t really like baseball.” The spirit stirred within me and I heard a voice saying this is merely a metaphor.  Yet, my attention was fully gained and my questions were being answered.

Verse after verse I recalled from my upbringing and my education.  I watched on in astonishment as those who appeared to be wearing jerseys “Lukewarm” in their Christian walk took the plate and prepared for what was thrown at them.  Those who were not firmly grounded in the Word of God, hit fowls, struck out, or would try to bunt to no avail. As I looked on, I was horrified as those that didn’t do so well at bat were quickly ushered away with temptations and they fell victim to desires of the flesh.

“Paul,” I exclaimed “you wrote about this in Galatians Chapter 5.”  

“Well done”, a thunderous yet kind, encouraging, and loving voice stated. Paul spoke “Yes, you are correct.”  

“Paul” I said, “If I may, you also warned that those who do such things do not inherit the kingdom (v.17-21).”  

“Yes; I am glad you took to heart that which was proclaimed to me by the Holy Spirit.” Paul stated.  

I looked and saw another with the jersey ‘Lukewarm’, I don’t like that phrase.  “Neither does Luke”, a voice stated, “Good one James”, “Come on”, one of the apostles stated, “Let’s watch”.

I noticed I was sitting with the Apostles and the entire stadium where I sat was made up of Angels. As the batter approached the plate, he looked up and as I gazed at his face I awoke.  What could this mean I pondered and prayed. “Holy spirit, I am asking for your counsel, I need to know what this dream, this vision I saw, what this possibly meant?”

I soon began to realize through a divine intervention with the holy spirit and understanding, I was watching my life. Despite what I thought was me doing the right and living accordingly, there were areas in my life which needed to be addressed. Those desires of the flesh, those temptations to sin, needed to be exposed and gotten rid from my life. I again went into a dream like state and addressed those demons which caused me to stumble.

Now more I boldly stated, I am a child of the King and I serve a risen savior.  The demons hissed and taunted me. I began to proclaim victory in the name of Jesus and told the demons that there was no weapon formed against me as stated by the Prophet Isaiah. I watched as the demons began to puff their chest and drooled an acidic saliva which burned on them and scorched the earth.

I continued to quote scripture and gained confidence in faith and promise of the kingdom.  Again, I heard the loud thunderous voice stating “Well done” and the voice continued “my good and faithful servant.” The voice was my Heavenly master and I knew my trials and tribulations were molding me and making me into what my Father wanted of me.


I thank you for showing this to me.  I have asked for dreams and visions and I have been asking to hear from my Father.

I conclude this revelation with prayer,

Thank you, Heavenly father for teaching me what I need to know.

Thank you, Father, for showing me, just where I need to grow.

Dear Jesus keep me on the path and doing right in the Father’s eyes.

Holy spirit, I pray, my knowledge will continually be on the rise.

Lord God, I do love you so and asked forgiveness when I falter.

At the foot of the cross, you oh sweet Jesus paid my price on His altar.

I will forever proclaim your name and trust in you

In Jesus’ Precious Name Amen.

Written By: Michael La Tulippe


When you hear that word, what comes to mind?
Just a four letter word; yet the power which a word has.
Love is the very essence of who we are. The very design of our being.
We were created in His image; Love.
As we go through the word of God; so much Love is seen.
Why do you suppose creation took place?

God created the earth and mankind; with a loving desire to establish a relationship with us.
The Father wanted a relationship with us, whom he Loves.
We are the Love of God; His first Love.

Throughout the Old testament we see God wanting a relationship. Desiring to have a relationship based on Love.

Throughout time we have see this relationship begin, we have struggle, and due to man’s free will and our freedom of choice; the one thing God desire fails for some.

Yet we see the Father’s continually pursuit to have a relationship with us.

When you read about tough times in the Bible; do you understand the Father’s Love?

As you learn of the prophecy of what would take place; do you see how the Father’s Love is present?

As we took place in the trial of Jesus

When we learned of the fate of the Son of God; again we see the abundance of His Love for us.

As we watched the nails placed in His hands and feet to hold Him on a cross; once again Love is evident.

We saw His head drop and the last breath leave.

His side pierced and the body of our Lord taken down and placed in a tomb.  Through all circumstances; despite the sadness.

We still felt His Love.

Jesus was crucified so that everyone; not only God’s chosen people, but everyone who desired a relationship with Him.

Our Access to the Father’s Love was established and through it we see, not only the Father’s Love, we understand unconditional Love.

Three days, He rose, victory over death, and all prophecy and scripture fulfilled.

And all because God first Loved us.

So with this understanding of love; what one apparent difference can you see between God’s love and the humanistic love?

Remember God’s love is unconditional.

So why is it we need affirmation; why do we need confirmation of our love towards one another?

We all should know what the greatest commandment is.

Matthew 22:37-39

37 “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.

38 This is the greatest and most important command.

39 The second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself.

Have you ever thought about God’s love?

God says “I love you” and does not have hear us say it back.

God does not say I love you, do you love me, do you, do you?

Our loving Him does not change the way He feels about us.

He loves us no matter what.

He may not agree with the choices we make or the lifestyle we are living.

However the Father loves us.

He cares for us and desire a relationship with us.

In order to love God, He must be His Everything as He is our everything.

Our lives need to be His, our thoughts are Him, and our actions reflect Him.


you say….

But I’m scared, I am worried I’ll stand out, I’m concerned I’ll be persecuted and not accepted.

We have fear which our enemy feeds on and attempts to put a wedge in our relationship with the Holy Father.

Don’t be discouraged

– 1 John 4:18-19

There is no fear in love; instead, perfect love drives out fear, because fear involves punishment. So the one who fears has not reached perfection in love. We love because He first loved us.

Understanding Love; we are given knowledge which assures us God is in control.

To quote/re-word some lyrics from a popular song by Kristian Stanfill:

One Thing Remains

His love never fails, His love never gives up
His never runs out on me.
His love never fails, His never gives up
His love never runs out on me.
His love never fails, His love never gives up
His love never runs out on me.
His love
On and on and on and on His love goes
Yes His love overwhelms and satisfies my soul.
And I never, ever, have to be afraid (No fear)
‘Cause this one thing remains.
His love never fails, His love never gives up
His love never runs out on me.
His love never fails, His love never gives up
His love never runs out on me.
His love never fails, His love never gives up
His love never runs out on me.
His love.

God’s love, true love, unconditional, and perfect.

Now hopefully we have an understanding of Love; perfectly.

Praise God!!!

In Christ,
Michael T. La Tulippe



– Hebrews 6:19

We have this hope as an anchor for our lives, safe and secure. It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain.

I have always loved this song –


“My Hope is Built on Nothing Less”
by Edward Mote, 1797-1874

Lyrics –
My hope is built on nothing less
Than Jesus’ blood and righteousness;
I dare not trust the sweetest frame,
But wholly lean on Jesus’ name.
On Christ, the solid Rock, I stand;
All other ground is sinking sand.

All other ground is sinking, sinking sand.

Jesus is our Hope, our anchor.
With Jesus Christ in our life; we can weather any storm.

He is the rock of our salvation!

Our Hope; our strength to have confidence in knowing who we are.

God the Father designed us with a plan and purpose.

Our DNA is our Father’s DNA.
God’s information code is the essence of who we are.

His love is unconditional, He loves us so much and created us to have a relationship with Him.

Living according to the word of God gives us a commonality; we share in His wondrous attributes.


If I’ve not lost you up to this point, the remaining portion of this verse was somewhat puzzling to me.

This is where, we, His children can call on the Holy Spirit to fill us with knowledge.

The second half of the verse (Hebrews 6:19b) says –

“ It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain.”

It, what it? Our Hope.

Behind the curtain?

Remember in the old testament, the curtain in the temple separated us from God.

God was ‘behind the curtain’ or in the Holy place where only the high priest was permitted to enter.

However because of Christ’s high priesthood (Hebrews 2:17, 4:14) we receive the reason for our ability to approach God directly. Through Jesus Christ, our sins have been removed and we are declared righteous in the Father’s eyes.

Jesus is the founder of our salvation (Hebrews 2:10).

And that my dear brothers and sisters is the blessed assurance of Hope which we have been given through our Savior.

God is no longer behind the veil, but dwells among and in us who believe. Therefore we are seated in heavenly places with Him.

Praise God!!!

Written by: Michael La Tulippe


– James 1:2-4

Consider it a great joy, my brothers, (and sisters) whenever you experience various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. But endurance must do its complete work, so that you may be mature and complete, lacking nothing.

Have you ever faced a difficult time in you life? Have you dealt or are you dealing with an out of control situation?

Do you consider those trials we all go through; pure joy?

Do we remain confident in our faith?

We should…

– John 16:33:

Jesus told His disciples

“I have told you these things so that in Me you may have peace. You will have suffering in this world. Be courageous! I have conquered the world.”

Our endurance builds character through the testing of our faith.

– Romans 5:1-5

Therefore, since we have been declared righteous by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. We have also obtained access through Him by faith into this grace in which we stand, and we rejoice in the hope of the glory of God. And not only that, but we also rejoice in our afflictions, because we know that affliction produces endurance, endurance produces proven character, and proven character produces hope.This hope will not disappoint us, because God’s love has been poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit who was given to us.


What a glorious chain reaction we undertake when we keep our focus on God. When we have faith in the Lord God Almighty who remains faithful in His word.

So, we are to rejoice in our affliction. We know that these afflictions produces endurance. And our endurance produces, not just character….. Proven Character!!


So, I looked at myself in a mirror and asked a question: “How is my character?”

Am I guilty of dealing with situation by grumbling, griping, complaining, whining, or any other human reaction which outwardly shows others no good character?

We have been designed, called, and chosen for God’s purpose. God has a plan, a glorious plan and purpose for each one of us.

We have been transformed and are a new creation through our Savior.

Jesus Christ has overcome, set us free.

Our lives should not be consumed with resentment for our past.

No more guilt, shame, condemnation.

The chains are broken, we have been given Hope.

An everlasting Hope.

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

The word of the Lord will never change.

We can assuredly:

~ Trust Him.

~ Have faith in Him.

~ Call on Him.

~ Rest securely in Him.

~ Believe in Him.


With this I began the process of addressing my character. Allowing others to see the change in me.

As a dear brother in Christ often states “When we are down to nothing; God is up to something.”

Written By: Michael La Tulippe


All Things.

When you think about All things what comes to mind? Does the word ‘All’ intrigue you? What would you see if you were looking at the word ‘All’ through the eyes of God  ?


Ephesians 4:4 – 6 says this :

4 There is one body and one Spirit just as you were called to one hope at your calling;

5 one Lord, one faith, one baptism,

6 one God and Father of all, who is above all and through all and in all.


God created All things.

Through Him, we can do All things.

For Him, we should do All things.

By Him, All things are given

With Him, He will do All things.

In Him, we have All things.

He is our All, our everything.

The synoptic gospels, reaffirms the glory and Majesty of the Lord God Almighty; in All things.

I’m speaking about three disciples; Matthew, Mark, and Luke, we acknowledge the fact they All spent time with Jesus. These were three disciples; Jesus appointed to be Apostles. These faithful men of God were commissioned to be used in spreading the gospel. The gospel, Emmanuel became their focus.

God with us.

In the old testament, the prophet Isaiah, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and recorded in the book of Isaiah (7:14) we are told of Emmanuel.

Now in the new testament, Jesus Christ came to fulfill All the law and the prophet. We read in these gospels as they bear witness to the prophecy unfurling.

One key point to the ministry of Jesus.

Jesus came to reveal to everyone who was and is willing to listen; the word of God. Jesus, the Son of God, the word of God word made flesh; encompassed All His Father is. Jesus wanted for mankind exactly what His Father wanted.  A relationship.

An All inclusive relationship.

God’s Majestic love is amazing.

Why was Jesus sent?

After the fall of man, God put guidelines together for us to live. However, freewill is powerful and unfortunately mankind is weak without Him.

God wanted us to be living the way we were designed. To love the Lord God, and to love others. God created us in His image. In Genesis (1:26) we read: “Let us go down and create man in our image…” (emphasis added).

So God created us and we are introduced to His love. The “let us” represents the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The Father loves His Son and His spirit. The Son loves His Father and His spirit. The Holy Spirit loves the Father and the Son. His love is best defined by the Greek word koinonia. Thus koinonia, the Godhead, three in one. A relationship based on an intimate love and communion; All with us in mind, becomes very evident to us.

We are created to give God the glory, honor, and praise.

A question raised:

“If we were created in God’s image, why do we need Jesus or salvation?”

First, we are created in His image and therefore have freewill.

Secondly, according to the old testament there were 613 laws and commandments.

If we failed to uphold one we failed at All.

This is where we see the Father’s Love as the apostle John recorded in the gospel. John 3:16 :

“For God loved the world in this way: He gave His One and Only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life.”



All our accomplishments; praise God.

All our achievements; again – praise God.

All financial gain; obviously more God, less us.

Give thanks in ALL things. Both good and bad. We are to remain faithful and trust in Him

“Trust in the Lord with All your heart, and do not rely on your own understanding; think about Him in All your ways, and He will guide you on the right paths.”    – Proverbs 3:5-6


This is not my reasoning; this is what just three of the twelve recorded. This wasn’t from their mouths but from Jesus who knew His Father and lived a life as we should; according to His Father’s will.


All of the word of God is inspired by the Holy Spirit.

Matthew wrote:

“With men this is impossible, but with God All things are possible.”   

– Matthew 19:26

Mark wrote:

“With men it is impossible, but not with God, because All things are possible with God.”  

– Mark 10:27

Luke wrote:

“For nothing will be impossible with God.”  

– Luke 1:37


Three different apostles inspired by the Holy Spirit and who walked with Jesus. These men knew what All meant.


All things, All ways, His way!

Not our way But Yahweh.


Give God your All

Make God your All

All things are through Him, by Him and for Him.


All inclusive.

Written by: Michael La Tulippe

Merry Christmas!

1 Timothy 3:16 b

God was manifest in the flesh, justified by the Spirit, seen by angels, preached among the gentiles, believed on in the world, received up in glory.

Merry Christmas!

Jesus left heaven and became a man. He was like us except without sin. Because He was without sin He was justified in the spirit. He conquered the law and completely fulfilled the whole law. Because He fulfilled the law we can walk as if we did.



That’s why all of the Father’s promises are yes and amen.

Angels witnessed the whole story. The angels told the shepherds and sang about our savior.

The gospel has gone out into the whole world. It has been preached to the gentiles. I am proof of that. I am a non-Jew and I follow the King of the Jews. Thank you Jesus!

The Word has been believed in the world and is rapidly growing to all tribes and tongues. The gospel is alive. It is sharper than a two-edged sword dividing bones and marrow, the attitudes and intentions of our hearts.

Right now, the Word of God sits at the right hand of the Father. He makes intercession for all us saints. One day we will see it for ourselves.


Great truth.

Jesus, thank you for coming to earth as a baby. Fully man and fully God. Thank you for the finished work.


I choose to live in your finished work. Your ways are greater than our ways. Your plans are perfect and amazing. Have your perfect way in my heart. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Written By: Keith Murphy


Sanctified for Worship.

Worship is not an event it is a way of life. Worship is the state of being “in”, as we were created to abide in the sanctuary of God’s great garden.  We were created to live in perfect union and harmony with our Lord God.  Lured into the wisdom of this world, by that snake we call the devil, the first thing that came into the hearts of mankind was the spirit of fear and the feeling of nakedness as sin persecuted the perfect harmony we had with our Heavenly Father.  Sent away from this sacred and holy ground, mankind was not only facing the sting of death, but all the other cares, anxieties, griefs, and hardships that the nature of this world has to offer.  


But Aha! With the curse there was already a plan of salvation as God’s son remained with mankind throughout.  For as it was written: “Thus said the Lord, thy redeemer, the Holy One of Israel; I am the Lord thy God which teach thee to profit, which lead thee by the way thou should go” (Is. 48:17).  And in another place our Lord Jesus states: “I am with you always, even onto the end of the world” (Mt. 28:20).  We were never forgotten nor forsaken by our Lord and Father, but nerveless, mankind traveled with the feeling of lonesomeness as we were temporarily severed from our Creator.  


Why? Because mankind lost the “in” factor, but not anymore. Through Christ we found the Way back “in” to the holy grounds of spiritual matrimony;  Alleluia!!  Through His truth and life we have found our way back home. To the sanctuary. Where worship was as much to our nature as breath was to our lives, when we became “a living soul”.


And how do I know this? Because worship is in the divine nature of Christ Himself. By being cleansed by His blood (made righteous) and by the grace of God we were given an avenue to once more come into our Father’s Holy presence.  We do this through the Holy Spirit, also called the “Spirit of Truth”, (see John 14:16,17) for as it is written in red ink: “God is a Spirit; and they that worship Him must worship Him “in” Spirit and “in” truth”(John 4:24) (quotations mine).


Now let me tell you brothers and sister it takes courage, faith and many times desperation just to come to worship, but when we surrender to the place of “abiding in” we will get the best glimpse of His almost unfathomable glory that lies before us.  But first let us learn what it is to enter into His rest, for Jesus finished the work and His door is wide open. Justified by faith and not by works does not excuse us from the work that is needed to “enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto Him, and bless His name” (Ps. 100:4). Work? What are we talking about? The work of faithfulness that is needed to understand what it is to have the joy of the Lord fulfilled in us as we glorify the creator of heaven and earth. There is no better example of this, for Jesus said, “I have finished the work which thou gave me to do”(John 17:4), and understand this: That Jesus joyfully went to the cross, but He wasn’t happy about. In fact, He was asking our heavenly Father if there was another way to save us; although, He already knew what our Father’s will was.


God did not repent because He loves us. There was no other way into His Holy presence but through the blood and sufferings of Christ. Joy comes when we abide in Them and They in us despite the suffering that our outer tabernacle may face and feel. When I read John chapters 14-17 I see the worship of Christ to His and our Heavenly Father.  

Family; all my babbling can be summed up by this next simple sentence- Worship is this: To love, and honor, and abide in the will of They that created us.  

Simple right?  Next chapter of this blog we will discuss how to get into this “state of being.”  I am now going to leave you with this one last thought to ponder. Worship is everything that lies between being in a prostrate position in reverence, to raising our hands up high while making a joyful noise. Again, it is a way of life, for we have been sanctified to house the Spirit of God. Wow! What a honor.


May God bless us and keep us from the evil of this present world. May the love of God keep our hearts full with the melody of being one with Them, In Jesus’ name I pray.  Love you all very much, Rick      

Written by: Rick Porter

A Great Deal More.

Many of us know these lines from a Dr. Seuss classic:

~ It came without ribbons. It came without tags. It came without packages, boxes or bags. And he puzzled and puzzled ’till his puzzler was sore. Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before. What if Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. What if Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more.

I will concur with the fact:

Christmas does indeed mean so much more, a great deal more.

What I found interesting is that much of the world knows this story

and for whatever the reason, they neglect the real glory.


A stable years ago; the greatest gift did lay,

A gift for us all was placed in the hay.

A simple manger; on a quiet starlit night.

The Christ child was born to his parent’s delight.


The savior of the world; the price He would pay.

Born to save creation; which had slowly lost their way.


We were created by God, with purpose and reason.

Each of us to share joy for this glorious season.


Now, knowing Jesus we press onward in Joy;

All filled with hope from this blessed boy.

The Christ child came to enlighten us all.

Preparing our hearts, our minds, and our soul.


Though my look at a Seuss rhyme now comes to an halt.

My reason to love Jesus; I will forever exalt.


Written by Michael La Tulippe


Deut. 8:18:

“And you shall remember the Lord your God, for it is He who gives you the power to get wealth, that He may establish His covenant which He swore to your fathers, as it is this day.”

Remember. Put God intentionally into the forefront of our minds. That doesn’t seem like a lot to ask….? 

Gratitude makes it easy to remember that every good and perfect gift comes down from the Father of heavenly lights. This amazing covenant God wants a relationship with us so much that He sent His Son to make it happen. Then all He wants is remembrance? Wow. Talk about Love with no strings attached! 

It’s so interesting to me that He wants to provide for our every need. But not only that, He wants to abundantly bless us and prosper us. Yup. His vision of what we can accomplish and ours need to match up. He says in preceding verses that He is giving us a good land with honey, milk, wheat, barley, abundant bread, springs of water, iron rocks, copper. He says when you have built fine houses and settle in them to remember Him. Make mention of all the good He has done. Mention His good and perfect gifts. 

Ya. That’s a good recipe for a thanksgiving dinner!


Jesus, I thank you for my beautiful wife, my three awesome kids, their incredible spouses, our 6?! Grandkids, our houses, our cars, our incomes, our health, our influence, and our inheritance. You’re an amazing God, full of peace and love. Thank you for a prosperous future. Thank you for expanding our church family. Thank you for bringing restoration to the Valley. We choose to remember how generous and benevolent you are Father. Thank you for transforming our hearts, minds, and bodies. Have your way. In Jesus’ name, Amen. 

Written by: Keith Murphy


Our First Blog Post!

This is our very first CC Naugy blog post; how cool is that?!!

We have started this blog because our church family has been blessed with people who have an ability and a desire to share God’s truths, insights, encouragements, and convictions in multiple ways. As pastor I have read and heard countless Biblical, profound, and Spirit birthed revelations from so many in our church family. Some would consider themselves pretty good writers and articulators and some would not.

I really feel like we have a tremendous opportunity to highlight and share just some of what God is doing in so many of the hearts of our church family. Those who will choose to participate in this blog will be encouraged, challenged, and blessed. Reading and listening to what is posted here has a great potential to be seen and heard by many others and encourage them in their own life of faith. This blog will also be really helpful and freeing to those who have something brewing in their hearts from the Spirit. Writing has the amazing ability to give clarity and precision to our minds and emotions, and more times than not as we chose to write down what the Spirit is speaking to our hearts we are blown away by what comes out. This is because He is always speaking to us, and many times we need to slow down and listen and write to help better process what the Lord is speaking to our hearts.

This blog is definitely not a place for people to build their self esteem and find their self worth in comments or “likes” in response to what they have written or produced. This blog is a place to share news of what God is doing and speaking in people’s lives. Some posts will be inspiring, some may sobering, some may be exciting, some may be confusing, etc. It is not our goal to heavily filter what is written and shared here. Some obvious things will not be welcomed or posted. Guidelines of best practices for this blog can be found HEREThink of this blog not as a pastor’s blog, but as a church’s blog. This is a place where the family gets to share some of what God is doing in their life through words or through video.

I very much look forward to reading and listening to what The Spirit is going to share through you! Do not be shy or paralyzed by what you think other people might say or do about a post that you create. Let’s instead proceed with a focus to encourage and lift up our church family (and others) about the voice of God and the presence of God and what He is doing. He is so faithful and so good and so amazing so let’s keep talking, writing, and celebrating it in any way that we can! In some seasons He may seem quiet, distant, and far off and a blog like this is invaluable during those seasons.

Just a quick FYI, some things that God has spoken and encouraged to your heart are just for you and Him and not for others. Not all words and thoughts of your intimate relationship with your Father need to be publicly shared so do not feel like you have to do that. As you and your Father  are in fellowship He will bless your heart in amazing ways that are really only for you and Him to know about, please do not share those types of intimate relational things here 🙂

Philemon 1:6 “And I pray that the sharing of your faith may become effective for the full knowledge of every good thing that is in us for the sake of Christ.”


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