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30January 2017

by: Joseph Stigora

WorshipGod Northeast 2016

Assessing how well our churches understand worship can be confusing.  It would be nice if it was as easy as checking our oil to be sure it is at the correct level. “People seem to be singing loudly and hands are raised…We are doing great when it comes to worship!…I mean, corporate singing…I mean our times of congregational-musical-worship…”. But, is ...

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25March 2013

by: Joseph Stigora

Behold Your Son

(Blog Manager’s Note: this is part of a Lenten series being offered by the pastors of CFC) A Tragic Moment Recently we have grieved with a dear family over the loss of their son.   Tragedies like this remind us that we live in a world that is not as it should be. We look to the Lord for comfort, strength, and the hope that, one day, all things will be made new through him and ...

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9February 2013

by: Joseph Stigora

Enthusiastic Worship!

Squirmy Second Graders, Unhindered Performers Last week I taught a class of enthusiastic, squirmy second graders about worship.  During part of the class, we made our way up onto the church stage and looked at the different instruments.  As I talked about the guitar and demonstrated the different sounds the keyboard was capable of reproducing, the kids meandered in and out of paying ...

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31December 2012

by: Joseph Stigora

Bible Reading Plans for the New Year

By Joseph Stigora* We Have an Opportunity We are headed into a New Year.  Even though we know that December 31st is just another Monday and the very next day is just another Tuesday, we still have a sense that something is different.  It is a restart.  It is a chance to try something out, recommit to a goal, or plan out the year ahead of us.  January 1 gives us a great ...

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29December 2012

by: Joseph Stigora

Bible Reading Plans for the New Year

By Joseph Stigora* We Have an Opportunity We are headed into a New Year.  Even though we know that December 31st is just another Monday and the very next day is just another Tuesday, we still have a sense that something is different.  It is a restart.  It is a chance to try something out, recommit to a goal, or plan out the year ahead of us.  January 1 gives us a great ...

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14December 2012

by: Joseph Stigora

Bible Reading Plans for the New Year

By Joseph Stigora* We Have an Opportunity We are headed into a New Year.  Even though we know that December 31st is just another Monday and the very next day is just another Tuesday, we still have a sense that something is different.  It is a restart.  It is a chance to try something out, recommit to a goal, or plan out the year ahead of us.  January 1 gives us a great ...

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23March 2012

by: Joseph Stigora

Gospel Saturated Worship

It was a blessing to have Bob Kauflin with us in church last week. At both the Friday evening time of singing and the Sunday services, I felt I had been under a Gospel-waterfall and was drenched through. As a church, we have been reflecting on how our Sunday meetings tell the story of the Gospel over and over, week to week. The themes of adoration, confession, assurance, thanksgiving, prayer, ...

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