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advent conspiracy [worship fully]: andrea alford

I read the names, and I remember their stories. Tamar…twice widowed, tricks her father-in-law into sleeping with her so she can conceive, bear a child and cement her place in Judah’s line. Rahab…a prostitute who hides Israelite spies and helps them capture her city. Bathsheba, or the one ‘who had been Uriah’s wife’…the woman with […]

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Introduce yourself

So, you want to get to know Fellowship North? We want to get to know you too! And our Introducing Fellowship Series (IFS) is the perfect way to do it. IFS serves as a first step to discovering all the in’s and out’s of our church and to becoming a member. We encourage everyone to […]

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Love God, Love Others

Last Sunday our children heard the story of Abraham and Isaac and how God always provides. One of the ways He provides for people in need is through you and me. So the kids decorated bags and stuffed them with items to give to the homeless. In two weeks our church Homeless Ministry will give […]

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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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on pastors and preaching

You know, there’s a funny side effect to working at a church (at least for me).  Sometimes, you miss just going to church.  Showing up and having someone else lead.  Certainly I am led by other people here, but part of my brain is always thinking about everything that’s going on that morning.  And really, […]

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local foster mother authors book

Christie Erwin, a local mother who has fostered over 40 children, has written a book about her experience.  Christie is a founding member of The CALL, an organization that Fellowship North works with to help find and train potential foster parents.  I met Christie last fall when we hosted the Heart Gallery (you remember all […]

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by the numbers

posted by Sarabeth Jones Just want to make sure you caught what Jen was saying Sunday morning (in case you were having a coffee break, or reading the program, or texting your…oh, wait a minute, you would never text during church, right?).  Anyway, she threw some numbers out: About 75 people help out each week, […]

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