Faith Updates are a weekly blog that keeps you up-to-date on what is happening around Faith.
Posted on Jan 23, 2014 in Faith Updates
Hi church! I’ve got resurrection on my mind. In light of this week’s loss of a longtime Faith member, Jay Substad, at an age deemed “far too young” by human standards, I have to go to the word resurrection. Time and time again. This is the word that defined the earliest Christians. The word that changed everything…and changes everything still. The word that sets us apart, now and forever.Read More
Posted on Jan 16, 2014 in Faith Updates
This phrase is enough to get me pretty angry. Why? Because the implication is clear:
All kids from today’s generation are the same.
All kids from today’s generation are disrespectful/rude/lazy
Kids from today’s generation are not as good as previous generations
Posted on Dec 12, 2013 in Faith Updates
Thanks to everyone who made it out last Sunday in the snow and cold to make it a wonderful Hope Sunday. Despite the frigid temperatures, FCC showed off warm and generous hearts signing up 60 child monthly sponsorships in the Congo, Africa!Read More
Posted on Dec 5, 2013 in Faith Updates
Could’ve come like a mighty storm, With all the strength of a hurricane, You could’ve come like a forest fire, With the power of Heaven in Your flame…But You came like a winter snow, Quiet and soft and slow, Falling from the sky in the night, To the earth below…Read More
Posted on Nov 27, 2013 in Faith Updates
And this is the way to have eternal life–to know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, the one you sent to earth. This verse is a simple verse that reminds us of an eternal truth. This truth conveys the confidence we have in knowing Christ and one day being raised up from the dead.Read More
Posted on Nov 21, 2013 in Faith Updates
I recently returned from my trip to Honduras with Agua Viva, where I traveled with a handful of other amazing people from (and not from) FCC. Some of you have also had the pleasure of experiencing a trip with Agua Viva, or similar experiences that required you to confront the realities of what it means to love God and love others in a cross-cultural, poverty-stricken situation.Read More