The Greatest Commandment

The Greatest Commandment by Diane Burwell, Every believer is a minister of God’s Word. We minister in the work place and we minister at home, to our neighbors and also to those we casually meet. How do we minister to … Continue reading →

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A Short Review of Redemption

A SHORT REVIEW OF REDEMPTION by Carolyn Schmekel “In the beginning…”  God created people.  He created them with a body, with a soul and with His Spirit He gave them the “ruah” (the breath of God).  God, being Spirit, made … Continue reading →

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A Cure for the Seasonal Blues

A Cure for the Seasonal Blues by Diane Burwell I am sorry about the depression and exhaustion many of you are experiencing during this season. There is a long list of things you are doing right and you may have … Continue reading →

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Why God?

A guest post by Timothy Schmekel My friend shared this last Easter he has something like 8 more years to serve. I know it’s long but worth reading. Why, God? By Dennis (an inmate in a Federal Prison) I remember … Continue reading →

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The Worst Day of Your Life:

The Worst Day of Your Life: Listen at http://ncfhome.sermon.net/main/main/20311726 Message on how David responded to the worst day of his life and the lessons we can learn from his experience. Speaker: Michael Burwell Scripture: 1 Samuel 30:1 … Continue reading →

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God’s Light

Discussion about Sunday’s (Sept. 28, 2014) message by Pastor Michael Burwell on walking in the light and having God in His rightful place in our lives. … Continue reading →

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Emotion vs. Love

A common question we get in our ministry has to do with evangelism. Diane wrote this is response to a person saying she is not an emotional person and it gets in the way of loving others. You do not … Continue reading →

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Illustration on Negativity

Illustration on Negativity by Daniel Schmekel Imagine a boy with a backpack and as he is walking he picks up a rock.  The rock is a negative thought he has about himself.  He puts the rock in his backpack.  Every … Continue reading →

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