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Cal and Rose Zongker

How do families that have born the pain of marriage, divorce, and remarriage grow in their faith? God works in these Kairos moments too, even when life takes unexpected turns. One thing remains the same: God’s consistent, everlasting love symbolized by the evergreen wreath. Cal and Rose Zongker share their story: There are seven of […]

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Daniel and Lindsey Sheets

Kairos time for Newlyweds is hard to measure. When two people are just beginning the journey together, they feel the pressure of making everything “just right,” as well as the hope of a lifetime to come. Daniel and Lindsey Sheets share about trying to freeze moments in time and begin a tradition together. It begins […]

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Maye and John Walker

During Advent, we’ve heard from many in our church body about God’s presence during changing times. These are Kairos moments—times when God’s plan interrupts our schedule. We may not recognize them in the moment, but in hindsight, we see his hand. Some people have shared the joy of being newlyweds, while others through bearing the […]

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Rosanna Jenije

One of my favorite stories from 2014 is Rosanna Jenije’s. Not because she’s the all-time leading scorer in women’s basketball for North Florida Christian School. That’s certainly something to celebrate, and our community and church have done just that. Rosanna shares something even more meaningful about her life. She lives her faith. Many years ago, […]

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Work and Faith Testimony

by Cecil Davis All of us know that work at times can be challenging and difficult. In the workplace, there are time demands, stress, difficult assignments, difficult people, mistakes, set-backs, and disappointments. If that is the case, how can work be a platform for ministry? I don’t know all the answers to that question, but […]

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Daryle Gray

Daryle Gray recently led a men’s Bible study group on fasting. This a summary of his thoughts on the subject. In the Christian life model Jesus laid out for us, the children of God, in Matthew 6, there are three duties; giving, praying, and fasting. He said when you give, give like this…, when you […]

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Gavin Byrd

Gavin was baptized at FBCTLH on Sunday, February 16 I wasn’t raised in church, and I didn’t really come to know Christ until I was about 17. I had honestly believed Christianity to be just an act that people chose to put on so that they could feel holier than others. In the years prior […]

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Matt Sanderson

Matt was baptized at FBCTLH on Sunday, October 27. I grew up going to church, but never really knew why I was going or what it really meant to be a Christian.  When my family stopped going to church, and my already bad family situation got worse, I didn’t know how to handle it. I […]

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Siera Howard

Siera was baptized at FBCTLH on Sunday, October 27 I was raised in a Christian home where, by the time I was in middle school, I accepted the Lord as my Savior and proclaimed that through baptism at my home church.  Even though I went to church every Sunday morning with my family, I never […]

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Anna Marie Friars

Although I was baptized and raised in the Catholic church, through obtaining my bachelor’s degree in Sacred Music, I was exposed to the practices of many different religions, denominations of Christianity, and the differences within denominations church-to-church. I have attended many churches (especially in the last 5 years as a student) and had yet to find a place which I felt I could call home. Many of the churches I worked for or attended had pieces of what I was looking for but lacked the bigger picture.

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