• Sep
    11
    12:00:AM by Tiffany Kromer
    On the morning of September 11, 2001 I was sleepily sitting through my 8 a.m. freshmen college “Psychology 101” class. For another forty five minutes, I would be oblivious of the terror and tragedy that had hit our country. And even when I did find out the horrible news, the information did not seem to compute. It wasn’t until I got home from school that day, and I saw my father’s grief-stricken face, that the reality of it all started to hit me. Hijacked airplanes flying...
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  • Sep
    10
    12:00:AM by Ruth Dixon
    I was fortunate to grow up in a household with God-fearing parents.  Through their example and weekly, actually often more than once- a-week, attendance at church full of loving adults, I knew of a God who cared about me and wanted me to be in relationship with Him. I can remember as a very young child, going to an altar, kneeling and saying yes to Jesus, asking Jesus to come into my heart. I was as sincere as a young child could be, yet I was a young child who still had a lot of growing to...
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  • Sep
    04
    12:00:AM by Jason Shank
    Faith Lived Out
    This week at all of the First Saints Campuses, we will be starting a new sermon series called “Faith Lived Out: Getting Back to the Basics.”  During this series we will look at four of the basic principles of our United Methodist faith: Grace, Means of Grace, The Wesleyan Quadrilateral and Justice and Compassion ministries.  In every part of life there are times when we have to get back to the basics and our faith journey is no different.  Sometimes we ...
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