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Given the COVID restrictions as mandated by the governor, we are not operating in our “normal” fashion to include events.  All new information is updated on this site and we look forward to opening more doors.  Please connect with us for the following upcoming events!

Prayer Watch

by: Don Carmichael

05/06/2021

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Please join us in prayer and praise for one another.

If you remain in Me, and My words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. John 15:7  

Rejoice with those who rejoice; weep with those who weep. Romans 12:15  

Enter His gates...


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The Sign! The Sign!

by: Don Carmichael

05/05/2021

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The new digital sign is here!  Stay tuned here for updates as the installers and sign team bring it to operational messaging.


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Morning, Noon, and Night

by: Don Carmichael

05/03/2021

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What else is there that you do, morning, noon, and night, apart from enacting and consuming emails, texts, and social media checks?  Maybe complain?  Maybe groan and whine?The Psalmist truthfully admits, “Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: And He shall hear my voice.” The first point or orderly thought might be the order or our thinking. We think a day begins with sunrise. The "ancients" followed the th...


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Children and Youth Sunday School Begins!

by: Don Carmichael

05/02/2021

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Children and Youth Sunday School was re-launched today following a year of COVID-19 protection. Praise to our Father for freedoms to open!


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Peace

by: Don Carmichael

04/26/2021

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"World peace,” exclaimed each of the Miss America beauty pageants since the time of memory.  And yet?  Who draws that line in the sand that enables this to happen? or is it just a nice thought, being that we cannot even get along with ourselves deep down, let a lone at the negotiating level of nations.  Perhaps it’s just easier to exclaim than deal with the close-and-nearby.  Peace requires a line in the sand.Sometimes w...
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Loyalty

by: Don Carmichael

04/19/2021

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Loyalty is a personal trait that leaders seek. Those whom they can trust, even when the tide changes or sand shifts.  Loyalty is to have an allegiance to another, having their best interest at heart.  Understanding may be limited, but loyalty is essential, from the battlefield to the boardroom or even inside of families.  Loyalty is a mark of trust that never expires.Through His prophet Hosea, God speaks to us even today through a simple yet direct th...


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Trials

by: Don Carmichael

04/12/2021

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Remember Perry Mason? You can catch him today on reruns. A great defense attorney.  And now we have Bull, another legal angle.  Fortunately, it’s not that many times in life we’re in court!  Hopefully so!And then there are trials, the out-of-court kinds; those that are meant to try our reserves.  Those trials that cause us to learn and grow in strength and courage and enduring faith, as “the righteous shall live by fait...
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Hilda Barg Homeless Shelter

by: Don Carmichael

04/09/2021

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Thanks to those that prepared and served a meal this week to those at this Woodbridge Shelter!


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My Bad

by: Don Carmichael

04/05/2021

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve had to, several times, fess up and say it. My bad.  Other times, even unknowingly, others have jumped in and said the same — but to me!  Condemned either by my own tongue or from others is always humbling.  Isn’t there a better way?  Well, that’s a yes and that’s a no. Confession is part of growing, maturing, be it as related to a job skill or life skill. 

Ah, but liste...


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Easter Sunrise Service

by: Don Carmichael

04/04/2021

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The tomb is empty, He is not here!

Sunrise service!  with lawn chairs and coats.  And notice the rays of sunshine breaking through the clouds! What a worship experience together, remembering: He, Jesus, is Risen!

A continental breakfast was available follow the sunrise service.


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Christ in the Passover

by: Don Carmichael

03/31/2021

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Jews for Jesus presented an enlightening time of revealing a passover meal, as well as the meaning for Christians, with Jesus being the Lamb of God (John 1:36).  Many Jewish people have never heard that following Jesus is a viable and thriving expression of Jewish life, experiencing the spiritual richness we’ve found in being Jewish and following Jesus.

We have one thing in common:  all believe Ye...


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Follow

by: Don Carmichael

03/29/2021

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Just the other day I was following; a car on the interstate.  There was no need for an aggressive move, because no one was going anywhere!  Haha, some of you have been there! But to the Greek-speakers and listeners in the time of Jesus, the meaning of “follow” was different.  In fact, it meant to pursue, as in a hot pursuit, like a formula race!  Or a police chase!  How different.  We don’t even follow our school cur...
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CareNet Gala

by: Don Carmichael

03/26/2021

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Several members of DCB were on hand for this CareNet event this evening, with guest speaker Kevin Sorbo.  Apart from supporting CareNet, Kevin is also known for his role as Hercules and acting in Christian drama films.  Scroll down to the live link!...


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New Models

by: Don Carmichael

03/22/2021

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One thing I’ve always liked to do is check out the new car models. It’s always interesting to see the new designs, the new gadgets and gizmos and electronics, curves and highlights of design toward performance. I especially like the CS and LS designs, geared toward sports and luxury. Each of us is a new model as well! A new human upon conception. “For it was You who created my inward parts; You knit me together in my mother’s womb.&r...


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Waiting -- Again

by: Don Carmichael

03/15/2021

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 For real?  Wasn’t the first "waiting" this week enough?  Not more waiting.  My weakness.  So why a weakness rather than a strength?  Waiting is part of God’s process as He builds us up and prepares us to live with Him forever.  Speaking of growing in faith, Apostle Peter reminds us twenty centuries later, “I will always remind you about these things, even though you know them and are established in the ...
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