Author Archive: pastorrk

A Thrill of Hope

As my mother stood beside my sister’s grave, her cousin approached her. A few short years prior he has lost his 16 year old daughter in a car accident. His words cut through the cold, with an air of sorrow and anger, “I would like to tell you that it gets better, but it never […]

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A Broken Thanksgiving

Today a lady came to tour the Church Preschool and Daycare. As she walked the halls she shared with Michelle Oney, the director, that she had just lost her four year old to cancer in September. She cried. Michelle held her. This year will be a broken Thanksgiving. King David’s fear and brokenness gave way […]

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The Works of His Hands Are Glorious

This week I sat with Shirley Walker. We looked out the window at the fall leaves. In awe we shared our favorite seasons. Mine is fall. Her’s is Spring. Though we differed in favorites, they both boiled down to the same reason; God shows us His power, His love, His heart for beauty and creation, […]

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Hurricane Michael

This week, may our hearts and prayers continue to be with those devastated by hurricane Michael. The article below was sent by Nazarene Compassionate Ministries (NCM). – Pastor Rachel Kuhn Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle Wednesday, 10 October, making landfall as the first Category 4 storm in the area in recorded history. With winds […]

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Pastor Miranda Musick

Today, I would love for you to get to know Pastor Miranda Musick a little better. She is an amazing woman of God and we are so blessed to have her here serving on staff at TC Naz! -Pastor Rachel I am very excited to be serving here at TC Naz! I grew up in […]

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Freedom Sunday

Yesterday we had a beautiful Freedom Sunday service. We are excited to see young men and women at TC Naz following after God’s heart. I am also so glad to be a part of a church and a denomination that stand for hope and freedom. Today I would like to share with you a story from […]

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Laboring

This week we celebrated Labor Day. Hattie Jo, my four year old daughter, and I went to WV to eat WV dogs and spend time with my family. If you have never seen a WV dog, just imagine chili, slaw, and an all beef hotdog and you have it pretty close. The day itself, “the […]

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Serving Others

This last weekend we had our first Serve the City day. Pastor Miranda Musick lead a team of over 30 people from our church to Tweed Woods Park. God miraculously split the storm around us as we grilled hot dogs, painted faces, played with puppies from 4 Paws for Ability, popped popcorn, and most importantly, […]

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Missioners

Joshua was willing to take on a role that Moses could not; he would lead the people of God into the land that God had promised them. The land was known for its mighty warrior, its vast lands, its foreign Gods. Yet, God saw promise in this land of devastation and brokenness. He saw His […]

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