Posted April 16, 2014in Community Featured, Webster City

Finding fellowship

A great way to enhance one’s faith is to join in fellowship outside of the traditional Sunday morning setting. Webster City’s church communities offer an array of activities, meetings and programs that encourage interaction and worship to ensure community members are strong in their faith and continuing to build their

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Posted April 16, 2014in Ankeny, Community Featured

He is risen indeed

When a man comes back from the dead, everything in all history must eventually center on that man. When a man is executed by the most powerful authority in the world at the time, and they do the worst that mortals can do — which is to execute — and

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Posted April 16, 2014in Community Featured, Grimes

Holy Week

Several events are scheduled during Holy Week in April at St. Peter Lutheran Church, including a Maundy Thursday service on Thursday, April 17, at 7 p.m. The service will recall the events of the Last Supper with Jesus and his disciples and the betrayal by Judas. The church’s adult choir

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Posted April 16, 2014in Community Featured, Downtown

The Holy Week Dance

I’ve heard people say that going to church is — or sounds like it could be — one of the most boring activities of life. I find that hard to understand because there is so much movement and drama in a community’s worship life. When a community — from newborns

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Posted April 16, 2014in Community Featured, Email blast, Featured Story, Windsor Heights

Exciting events at Walnut Creek

Walnut Creek Church in Windsor Heights is full of excitement with all the different events it participates in throughout the year. MaryBeth Meyer, church coordinator and wedding planner for Walnut Creek Church, beams with excitement about being a part of Walnut Creek.  She loves Windsor Heights and loves her significant

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Posted April 09, 2014in Community Featured, Norwalk

Thy will be done

Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. These words can be so very hard for us to say when we want things to go the way we desire — when the future isn’t so clear and we have uncertainty of what is ahead of us. When

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Posted April 09, 2014in Community Featured, Fort Dodge

Spring things

Let’s consider the definition of the word rummage: “To search unsystematically and untidily through a mass or receptacle.” Those words “unsystematically” and “untidily” are almost like music to one’s ears when life more often than not requires the contrary. For once, we’re granted permission to be without systematic order; to

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Posted April 09, 2014in Community Featured, Des Moines West

Introducing Providence Reformed Church

We have been in Des Moines since 2005, but we have recently moved to a location just a couple blocks west of Drake University. Since we are now close to your neighborhood, we’d like to introduce our church to you. God’s providence is that power by which He continually upholds

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Posted April 09, 2014in Clive, Community Featured

The digital revolution has brought forth many new ways to communicate, share and learn. This digitalized world has made it easier for Christians to share their love for Christ, spread the good word and connect with other like-minded followers to promote fellowship. In Clive, community members can benefit from the

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Posted April 09, 2014in Community Featured, Greene County

Pancake breakfast

First United Methodist Church in Jefferson will host a pancake breakfast at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 27, to benefit Imagine No Malaria (INM), a charity group dedicated to eradicating malaria around the world within our lifetimes. The group is a nationwide charitable organization backed by the United Methodist Church

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