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Gently Restore

Posted by Rose Anderson on

Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to...

From The Resource Section: "None Like Him"

Posted by Rose Anderson on

Our culture radically prizes the individual in the way we choose to define or redefine who we think we are.  Jen Wilkin, in ten chapters, takes an easy-to-read and conversational approach to explain ten attributes of God’s character and shows how we do not possess these attributes...

Make Your Summer Count/Make Your LIFE Count!

Posted by Rose Anderson on

We have been talking about intentional living as a church. Lynne King discussed this specifically at Women at the Well as we kicked off our summer. Buster has been teaching from the pulpit about how to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Savior, Jesus Christ. As we think about the summer, we...

Walking with an Unbelieving Husband

Posted by Rose Anderson on

You love your husband. That is why you married him. However, you have come to realize that you are unequally yoked. Regardless of how you find yourself in this place, at some point, the load can become rather heavy to bear. One of two things will happen when you are unequally yoked. Either you...

Praying for Your Adult (or nearly adult) Children

Posted by Rose Anderson on

When my children were little, everyone told me that while parenting small children was physically demanding, those were actually the easy years. I did not believe it.   I think the difficulty in parenting older children is that they are away from us so much more, and making their own...

The Power of Forgiveness

Posted by Rose Anderson on

As we have been thinking about the Five Gs of Discipleship and how to grow in our walks with the Lord over the past few months, the issue of forgiveness has come to my mind. Perhaps you have some minor “issues” in your relationships with others that are actually issues of...

The Blessing of Serving

Posted by Rose Anderson on

When my husband and I first joined ECBC in 1998, Craig Harris sent us a letter of welcome.  In the letter he wrote that East Cooper was a big church (although not as big as it is now!) and that if we wanted to become part of the life of the church we should dive in with both feet and get...

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