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3-D World Cup

June 30, 2019 | Michael Foster

My family has enjoyed watching some of the Women’s World Cup this past month. In its first match, top-ranked United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) beat an overwhelmed Thailand squad 13-0. It was the biggest margin ever in a World Cup.

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Seeing and Being The Logo

May 15, 2019 | Michael Foster

For some time now, a partnering company has been working to redesign our website. Hopefully, that work will be completed in the next month or two as we are currently creating and gathering necessary content. In the meantime, though, we have softly begun displaying our new logo that comes with the website. Perhaps you have seen it online or on various documents floating around the building. We are all familiar with our current logo – probably more than we even realize!

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Jesus Food – Now That’s Good Eats

May 1, 2019 | Lonnie Harris

I love food!  Especially when it's prepared with some kind of international flare.  Korean Barbeque, Sushi, Chilean Sea Bass, any kind of Indian food, any kind of Caribbean food, and Lamb - don't even get me started on lamb.  Whenever lamb is on the menu, I always order it - I just can't help myself.  I absolutely love it!

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Encountering Jesus… or Joyce

April 1, 2019 | Michael Foster

You have to try to understand what it was like for Fen, who had only known about 2,000 square feet of this planet for the first 11-plus years of her life before we adopted her from China. And then not only does she meet us and three of her siblings at the same time in China, video chat with her other siblings and grandparents in our hotel room, and see pictures of many others, but she also, immediately and rather constantly, hears about this person “Jesus.”

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Hope and Help In The Hoosier State

March 1, 2019 | Michael Foster

For me, it was when I was sitting in premarital counseling, about three years after I had trusted in Christ as my Savior. I had read the Bible, had been devouring my devotions as I sought to follow Jesus closely in college, and had been developing a very high view of Scripture. But it was in premarital counseling where the lightbulb fully turned on – WOW – God speaks with wisdom to ALL the areas and issues of life.

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What’s In A Window

February 1, 2019 | Michael Foster

One of my favorite moments at Forcey so far was early on a Sunday morning in the fall. I met Rick Claybrook in the worship center around 7:30am as he was leading music that day. Noticing how the low morning sun was perfectly lighting the stained glass panes in the back, Rick began to explain to me the symbolism in our extraordinary windows.

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The Safori Story

January 1, 2019 | Michael Foster

I love it when the kids try to guess what’s in each box under the tree. It’s hard, of course, when all the gifts are wrapped with equal beauty. But once everything is unwrapped and the dust clears, it becomes obvious which gifts are the favorites. A child will spend the rest of the morning and often day and week delighting in that favorite gift. When I think back on the month of December, I rejoice in all the “gifts” we offered to our Lord Jesus – all of the ministry and worship we did for Him! But I wonder, what stands out in God’s heart from this past holiday season?

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The Most Wonder-Full Time

December 1, 2018 | Michael Foster

I do love this season. And I’m not alone. Christmas seems to start earlier and get bigger every year. It hasn’t always been this way. Jonathan was sharing with me about how when Charles Dickens first penned A Christmas Carol, there was not much of a market for Christmas stories. Now it seems there are multiple new Christmas movies on Netflix almost daily! We love stories – and movies – and they seem to have extra magic at Christmas. We are on a quest, it seems, for wonder.

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