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Easter is Coming

The truth of Christ is often overshadowed by our understanding of who He is and what He came to do. Our misconceptions and broken interpretations often lead to a candy coated, Santa-Jesus. He came for me. He did. He died for me. He did that too. But for what purpose and to what end? When […]

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First Steps and Milestones

I remember Hattie’s first steps. She was an early walker at only 10 months old. She smiled from ear to ear hollering with a beautiful toddling laugh. Her dark eyes captured this momma’s heart. And we celebrated. We cheered with claps, and words of encouragement, and laughter. And our encouragement lead her on to walk […]

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Misplaced Trust

Church camp was the highlight of my summers growing up. I went every year, and on the years that I fell between two age groups, I would go to both camps. It was awesome. Because my identical triplet brothers are only 18 months younger than I am, we often ended up at the same camp. […]

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Mother Teresa on Prayer

Prayer is intimate dialogue with God, and flows out of a living, vital relationship with Him. It is not a program or a plan. As with all dialogue, its dynamic is a blend of listening and speaking. Too often, we feel that we must fill our prayers with words, when silence may be where we […]

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Venture Out, Mountain Explorers

I pray you all are enjoying a snowy week. The weather has a way of turning its ugly head and covering us up for a few months out of the year. This week, we received around 8 inches of snow in Tipp City, with slick roads to boot. Today we had a school delay, and […]

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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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