A Moment for the Family: Consequences of COVID-19

COVID-19 has affected the family in so many ways. Work, school and play. Gary and Mary talk about the negative and positive changes.

A Moment in Creation: Whale of a Tale

Pastor Woerth discusses the theory of whale evolution that scientist and schools teach today. It is a whale of a tale.

A Moment in Scripture: 1 Samuel 23–31

Follow along as we go through the Bible from Genesis through Revelation. This week Gary and Pastor Matt Clark discuss 1 Samuel 23–31. This discussion of the end of 1 Samuel leads to Saul taking his own life as he falls on his sword. This steers Matt and Gary to discuss Gods love for those with depression or suicidal thoughts.

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A Moment of Faith: Lent, Spirituals, and Loss

Pastor Doug Nicely and Gary chat about the Spiritual, “I feel like a motherless child.” Hear how Job also had similar feelings.

A Moment for the Family: Outdoor Play

With warmer weather on the way kids will be eager to play outside. What changes may we see because of Covid 19 regulations?

A Moment in Creation: Mammoth DNA

Gary and Pastor Warren Woerth discuss DNA recently extracted from Mammoth remains found in the 1970s. How do we look at the DNA results as creationist and believers in Christ?

A Moment in Scripture: 1 Samuel 16-22

Follow along as we go through the Bible from Genesis through Revelation. This week Gary and Pastor Matt Clark discuss 1 Samuel 16-22. God uses the unexpected including David. Hear of Gods will for David including the battle of David and Goliath.

A Moment of Faith: Lent, Spirituals, and Deliverance

Pastor Doug Nicely chats about the connection between Christian spirituals and Lent.

A Moment for the Family: Building a New Normal

Looking beyond the Covid pandemic Gary and Dr. Mary Manz Simon talk about the four building blocks of the new normal.

A Moment in Creation: Fish Relatives?

What is a Lung fish and what is the truth regarding the claim that they are our closest fish relative?