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Do I like to sew?  I think so.  My mom began teaching me the art when I was a child, and I learned more as a […]

Day Trip to Teach Women

Thursday morning at 6:30 a.m. found me leaving home in the vehicle my director’s daughter has graciously loaned me while mine awaits repairs.  I parked it […]

Sports to Relieve Stress

Growing up, I was never very involved in sports, choosing to throw my energies into music instead.  But here in Africa, I’ve taken up both swimming […]

Introduction To The Westminster Larger Catechism

This is the Introduction to What Does God Require: The Westminster Larger Catechism on The 10 Commandments taught by Rev. Greg Ward on Sunday, October 3, […]

Good News in the Neighborhood

One Saturday afternoon each month, a team from our church disperses through the surrounding neighborhood to converse with people about the forgiveness Jesus Christ offers us […]

All in a Day’s Travel

Among my office responsibilities is administration for a program that distributes theological literature to pastors who then meet to discuss what they have learned.  The 36 […]

A Mouse in the House?

‘Twas the night before Sunday, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse — Or so we all thought, ’til […]

Volunteering and Spiritual Gifts

We are excited to be “Re-Booting” Emmanuel’s ministries this fall, and there are lots of things happening in the life of our congregation! There are our […]

Matthew’s Ministry

Twenty-three-year-old Matthew is a blessing to all of us who live with him.  Humble, cheerful, patient, grateful, and encouraging, he enthusiastically serves us in the kitchen […]

Feeding kids at New Hope High School

As EPC finds its post-pandemic normal, an important ministry can again start! About five years ago, our congregation adopted New Hope High School (NHHS).  This LISD […]
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