Lead By Serving & Serve By Leading
November 16, 2016
Many of you have asked why I went to Chicago in September. Jesus has called me to be a part of a new leadership development journey, and you get to reap the benefits along with me! The “Karpenko Institute for Nurturing and Developing Leadership Excellence” (KINDLE) is a 2 year continuing education program for ministry leaders - both professional and volunteer - to walk through a journey of developing and multiplying Christ-like servant leaders. It’s all about helping others “celebrate their Baptismal identity, grow more Christ-like, manifesting the grace-filled marks of obedience, well-being, leadership and community, and fostering and multiplying generations of Christ-like servant leaders in congregations, homes, workplaces, communities, and the world.” Continue reading
God’s Mission To Seek & Save The Lost
November 9, 2016
Why are we blessed? Are we always blessed? Psalms 32:1 says, "Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered." Yes, we are blessed by the grace of God! I feel blessed by God in so many ways. He has shown David Boyd and me how we can spread the Gospel to those in need, especially to the children and people of Honduras. We want pass on this blessing to the people of Christ's Greenfield so that we may all share in this blessing while expanding the kingdom and helping those who are lost. Proverbs 22:9, "Whoever has a bountiful eye will be blessed, for he shares his bread with the poor." Continue reading
October 31, 2016

By Vicar Jacob Boessling

Hallow. Now there is a word we don’t use every day. For many of us, hallow is memorably used once a year when we attach the suffix “een” (meaning “evening”) to refer to a night Continue reading

Crazy Times!
October 26, 2016

By Pastor Tim Ahlman

“Then Jesus said to them, ‘Therefore render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.’” Matthew 22:21 

This is a crazy time to be alive. We are Continue reading

Empowered…New Creation
October 19, 2016

By Vicar Matthew Knauss

2 Corinthians 5:14-21

“For the love of Christ controls us, because we have concluded this: that one died for all; as a result all died. And he died for all, in order that those who live Continue reading

You Are Invited
October 12, 2016

By Vicar Jacob Boessling

When my family has a party, we invite our friends and family. That’s who we are most comfortable to hang with. It’s easier. It’s what you do. But Jesus keeps telling us over and over again Continue reading

October 6, 2016

By DCE Annie Tiberg

Generosity. When I think of that word and its many meanings, the first image that comes to mind is usually a child. Children can be a wonderful example of compassionate grace and generous hearts.  Although Continue reading

Leave it at the Altar!
September 27, 2016

By Vicar Jacob Boessling

Anxieties fill our world and our lives. Police shootings. ISIS terrorist attacks. Unemployment rates. Presidential candidate pitfalls. Facebook posts. Parental hopes. Financial debt. Go ahead, name another and another.  Anxieties fill your head and heart Continue reading

What Do You Want From Me?
September 21, 2016

By Pastor Tim Ahlman

“What do you want from me?” It’s a question that is rarely verbalized to me. Yet, I know it is the unstated reality. Many of you think the church is going to talk about money in Continue reading