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30 Days of Stories: Day 6

To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re telling 30 stories of God’s faithfulness in and through Fellowship North. You can read all the stories here. God has changed (and continues to change) my understanding of race & unity through Fellowship North. In the fall of 2006, Harold & Dena Nash came to FN, and I really thought […]

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30 Days of Stories: Day 5

To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re telling 30 stories of God’s faithfulness in and through Fellowship North. You can read all the stories here. My husband Shane didn’t grow up going to church very much, and I grew up Catholic, and so for us, going to church was all about rules and what we should and […]

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30 Days of Stories: Day 4

I remember vividly sliding into the parking lot of Fellowship North on an icy Christmas Eve 1990. It was the first service in this building, and my first time visiting the church. My younger brother Rob invited our parents and me to join him. I’m so glad we did.   This has been my church […]

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30 Days of Stories: Day 3

To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re telling 30 stories of God’s faithfulness in and through Fellowship North. You can read all the stories here. Well, years ago, we were doing YoungLife and we were taking kids camping, because we knew camping was great (and it was cheap). We camped at Devil’s Den, we camped at Mt. […]

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30 Days of Stories: Day 2

To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re telling 30 stories of God’s faithfulness in and through Fellowship North. You can read all the stories here. I was 25 years old when we first came to Fellowship North. And my mom thought that, possibly, I was joining a cult. Coming from a strong denominational church background, moving […]

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30 Days of Stories: Day 1

To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re telling 30 stories of God’s faithfulness in and through Fellowship North. You can read all the stories here. When I came to Fellowship North three years ago, I was shrouded in darkness – a believer in Jesus Christ with no hope. Because I was distant from God, my faith […]

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