Randy's Blog

Fear No Evil!

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Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

You probably never will know how encouraging your feedback is about how God uses our teaching series to help you overcome the effects of sin.  Also, how you've come to know, love, and serve in deeper and richer ways!I feel the energy in the room when I say things like: “Greater is...

What is holding up the building?

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Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

The purpose of the Building Faith capital initiative (2013-2016) was to pay down the mortgage on our current building so we could build again at the lowest possible cost.   Through the contributions of hundreds of people, our mortgage has been reduced from $1.35 million (2012) to $400,000...

It's Almost GLS Time Again!

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Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

The Global Leadership Summit simulcast from Willow Creek Community Church is the premier personal development event of the year in our church. The GLS will be held on Thursday and Friday, August 10-11, and I encourage everyone to make plans now to be there this year! I have attended every year...

Kyle Schafer Update

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Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

Kyle Schafer Update Kyle has less than two months to go in the six-month program (extending to nine months is a possibility) at Pure Life Ministries residential program.  His parents have expressed their appreciation several times for the way we, as a church, have cared...

Update-Worship Arts Director

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Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

Update-Worship Arts Director I wanted to keep you updated on the search for our Worship Arts Director. I like sharing “insider” information with you and have heard from some of you that you appreciate it as well. We have been actively interviewing and two candidates were...

Buy vs. Build

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Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

BUILDING UPDATE This week, I would like to share with you an important issue the elders have been wrestling with and devoting to prayer for wisdom. That is: what is the right decision regarding our next building? The first question regarding the expansion of our facilities, is “Do we buy...

The Power of Community

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Posted by Randy Youngblood, Lead Pastor on

The Power of Community As a kid, I would avoid asparagus at any cost! How any vegetable could be both gross and mushy, and feel like a mouthful of wood was beyond me! This wasn’t an experiment worth trying ever again! That was until I ate fresh asparagus (the kind that grew wild in Iowa...