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Do you need a little wisdom in your life? Or how about some encouragement for sharing the gospel with your neighbors?...

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Help Wanted

We live in a time and a culture in which asking for help is perceived as weakness. And our busy-ness often causes us to offer our help in very non-specific ways. How can we become a Body who finds joy in serving one another in caring, creative ways?...

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Tea and a good book

This is really a book report on two books: Awe, by Paul David Tripp and The Afternoon of Life, by Elyse Fitzpatrick. Winter is a great time to read more. These two books just might change your perspective on life....

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Update on ECC’s Staff Transitions

Over the years, God has blessed this church with strong leaders and a great staff. I personally and looking forward to seeing what He has in store for us....

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The Fuel of Thanksgiving

How do you grow thankfulness in your heart? Colossians 1 shows us the fuel for thankfulness: Beholding the glory of Jesus....

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Give a book this Christmas!

Looking for books to give at Christmas? Here are some suggestions for children as well as grown-ups. Merry shopping!...

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God’s Grace and Parenting

As a parent, how do I tap into God’s grace and connect my children to Him?...

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Prophets and Suffering: Coming Your Way

Beginning on November 1, we have two new Adult Sunday Schools for you to be a part of!...

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Lessons from a broken pancreas

There are blessings and struggles in living with a chronic disease. Yet God has not left us alone to deal with it. He is very much with us and when we allow Him, He will teach us through the hard times as well as in the good times....

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A Personal Statement

Several years ago, I began the process of ordination in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, which, as you may recall, concluded last March as I was ordained as a Teaching Elder right here on ECC's chancel. When I began this journey, Rich told me, "We'll support you in this, but I know some other church is going to snatch you up." Well, it turns out that Rich has at least...

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