Written by Drew Naumann Then He said to them, “O foolish ones, and slow of heart to believe in all that the prophets have spoken! Ought not the Christ to have suffered these things and to enter into His glory?” … Continue reading Really?
I hate running. I am currently writing this article in Spring, and it seems that it is officially “running season”. Marathons, half-marathons, 5ks, color runs, mud runs, warrior races and fun runs seem to be going on everywhere. It is … Continue reading Running our Race
Written by Drew Naumann Psalm 94:18-19 If I say, “My foot slips,”Your mercy, O Lord, will hold me up. In the multitude of my anxieties within me, Your comforts delight my soul. Two summers ago, I was blessed with the … Continue reading The Narrow Path
Written by Timothy Schaser In two very different situations last year I used the word “hope”. The first time was a fleeting thought on my way to work on a Friday morning: “I hope someone brought donuts in today.” The … Continue reading Insufficient Hope
Written by Sam Lisak As a young kid, I always thought that being a pastor would be one of the hardest jobs. Obviously being a pastor is no easy task with all the work that goes into tending to a … Continue reading Eager to Learn
Written by Pastor Chad Seybt For I say, through the grace given to me, to everyone who is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think, but to think soberly, as God has dealt to … Continue reading On the Sinner’s Quest for Relevancy
Written by Katherine Manthe A few weeks ago, I was pretty busy. I had been putting in long hours at work, scrambling to finish assignments on time, make it to classes, church, and a sibling volleyball or soccer game here … Continue reading Absent from God
Written by Adam Brown Last fall, I traveled to Budapest, Hungary to study abroad for three and a half months. While I was in Budapest, I traveled to different places in Europe on the weekends and tried to do anything but … Continue reading Order in Chaos
Written by Pastor Tim Daub / January 2019 The Child born of Mary had visitors from both near and far. Poor shepherds left their flocks to see Him that very evening. It’s a good thing they were abiding in nearby fields. … Continue reading CLC Mission Helper Program – Volunteers Needed!
Written by Joey Mielke One of the big issues in the world is entitlement. People don’t like it when other people act entitled, based solely on what they do for a living, how much they make, who they are related … Continue reading Little Words