Thoughts from your regional minister By Ken Marston We are living in a time of paradox. As human beings we are by nature social beings. We need to be in the presence of other people. We even need to touch and be touched by others. At the same time, the COVID-19 pandemic forces us to […]
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A Message from your Regional Ministers & Anti-Racism Team In the past two weeks, the ugly head of racist acts has once again shown itself as men of African descent have lost their lives. The first simply because he was out jogging and it was assumed that he was a thief. The second by a […]
Thoughts from your Regional Minister Written By Ken Marston, Regional Minister The story of the Good Samaritan is a story Jesus told when he was asked by a lawyer which was the greatest law. Jesus answered by summarizing the 10 commandments with, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and all […]
Thoughts from your Regional Minister By Steve Martin, Regional Minister and President If you are like me, you’re amazed that we’ve been alerted to the reality that the Coronavirus is here, and a very real threat! And, if you’re anything like me, you may be very irritated that our world has been turned into chaos. […]
Violence is not the answer to disagreements. the Apostle Paul reminds us that no matter how great our knowledge or abilities are if we do not love, we are nothing.
Thoughts from your Regional Minister By: Steve Martin I’m recently responding to folks with “Yes, I am back!” Yes, the 100-day adventure in Omaha’s medical world ended on January 23. Yes, it was rough. Yet, we believe it did the trick and I am gaining strength and soon my endurance will return, too. I will […]