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The view from my window

Guest post by Laura Greenwell, Director of Women’s Ministry & Hospitality During this quarantine time, I have spent many quiet mornings gazing out my window. It’s my place to come with a cup of coffee to start the day. I pray, read, listen and watch. While God has...

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Climbing out of isolation

Quarantine provides for a unique time of bonding for mother & son while building a climbing wallGuest post by Christ Church member Dawn Hawkins WeaverMy 20-year-old son Carter is a route setter at High Point Climbing and Fitness. At first, he thought he would be...

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The servant’s towel

Guest post by Rev. Dr. Chris Carter, Senior Associate Pastor and Executive Director, Men & Senior Adults Towels come in many sizes and styles and are useful in many ways. Just think about it: There are hand towels, bath towels, kitchen towels, shop towels, paper...

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Confound this virus!

Guest post by Dr. Maxie Dunnam, Minister-at-Large At 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, nine people gathered for an interment service for my brother-in-law who died the past Saturday. Jerry and I could not be there because the virus has limited all of our coming and going. But we...

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Quarantined, but not down!

Guest post by Jan Ferguson, Financial Secretary, HR Coordinator & Accounting Specialist NOTE: Now that the church staff is working from home and not at 4488 Poplar, we asked several of them to answer this question: How are you quarantining? We will share responses...

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Manna for tomorrow

Guest post by Lance Ingram, Marketing & Communications Specialist Like everyone else, our country’s current health status has me rattled. Since this all started I’ve battled with anxiety, fear, doubt, restlessness and frustration. Where is God in the midst of all...

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