faith in action

Meet: Andrew Whitley

Who’s Andrew Whitley, you ask? It just so happens that I can tell you. This is Andrew. Andrew is running Good Eats this summer, and it has been quite the adventure. It’s been great to see how his personality and background have come together with the church’s need for a feeding program director at just […]

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Good Eats

{written by Sarabeth Jones} A big change has happened this summer at FN; we’ve started a summer feeding program. If you’ve been around much lately, you’ve probably heard of it – but maybe you (like me) don’t really know what is going on. I visited Good Eats a couple of times this week just to […]

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¡Hola!

Did you see this sign on Sunday and wonder what was going on? Just this last Sunday a local Spanish congregation, Iglesia Betel, began using part of our building for their services. The building that they have used for the last several years has recently become unavailable, and we were excited to be able to […]

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Faith In Action: a do-it-yourself story

This October we’ll focus as a church on loving the people around us through service. Instead of having one Faith In Action Sunday, we’ll have projects to jump into all month long. You’ll hear all the specifics in church this Sunday morning, and it’s our hope that everyone will find a place to help out. […]

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Faith In Action: a look back

This October we’ll focus as a church on loving the people around us through service. Instead of having one Faith In Action Sunday, we’ll have projects to jump into all month long. You’ll hear all the specifics in church this Sunday morning, and it’s our hope that everyone will find a place to help out. […]

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the domino effect

This post was written by Barbara Scorza, who is part of our staff here at FN, and is also the PTA president at Pike View Elementary. Rod Loy is the senior pastor of First Assembly of God in North Little Rock.  Both of them had a lot to do with an incredible event that took […]

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looking forward to Lent

I’ve been thinking quite a bit about Lent lately, and posted some assorted thoughts on my blog recently… This idea, this tradition, this ritual of a season set aside for preparing oneself – for taking an honest look, being quiet, practicing confession and reverence – seems especially appealing to my heart right now.  Joining with […]

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Are you a compass?

The following was written by Barbara Scorza, our Director of Operations here at Fellowship North.  She shares about the impact a mentor can have on a student. Do You Have a Compass?  Are You A Compass? January is National Mentoring Month and the North Little Rock Mayor’s Youth Council (NLRMYC) honored eleven mentors at their […]

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Relief for Haiti

Originally posted by Taido Chino on his blog, reposted here with permission. Not really knowing what to say about the tragedy taking place in Haiti, I’ve made the mistake of saying nothing. Part of my silence is born out of the recognition that anything I might say wouldn’t do justice to the magnitude of loss […]

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“I just couldn’t stop!”

[posted by Sarabeth Jones] Last Saturday, in conjunction with Cityfest, there was a Homeless Outreach Event. Several people from FN went to serve, including Teresa Eccles and her children. She posted this note on facebook, and with her permission, I’m reposting it here: This morning Abbie, Tad, and I got up early so we could […]

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