Animal Farm Fun

Chickens, rabbits, turkeys, geese, goats, sheep, and a horse named Ol’ Yeller were many of the highlights enjoyed by first through sixth graders on Emmanuel’s Animal Farm trip last week. A total of 27 children and 10 adults enjoyed a day on Martha Petrus’ 600-acre farm full of open pastures, animals and fruit trees. Beautiful…

Join the International Celebration

Be a part of the Now and Later International Baby Shower on Saturday, February 1 in Weems Hall. Adults on Missions is hosting a baby shower for our own Brandon and Amy Howell. She is due at the end of February. The couple teach art at Rio Vista International Missionary School in Rio de Janeiro,…

Yoga is for Everyone

From My View… By: Lyndon Marcotte   There are as many reasons why people begin a yoga practice as there are different ways to practice. I first tried meditation as way of coping with chronic illness and stress a few years ago. After a few months my symptoms improved, and something else happened that I…

Benevolance Ministry: Acting Locally

From My View… By: Lee Weems   Compassion is the driving force behind helping others. Jesus was asked the question, “Who is my neighbor?” The wise teacher did not offer land barriers but expanded the view of the young man to people. When we observe the Lord’s Supper, we receive a Benevolence offering. At the…