Check out this guest article by our own Dirk Mullenger, as he wrote for another website on how he raised three passionate daughters.
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Jeff and Judy Hopkins? Though they’re fairly quiet folks, it might surprise you to know that they’ve been with us at The Sanctuary for quite some time!
Have you ever been so familiar with something that you never really see it? For instance, I just noticed that there is a...
We sit down across from Mark Henderson catching him just as he finishes up a chat with anther churchgoer. Mark’s eyes glint with vision as we ask him, as our director, to share a little bit about our coming production of Fiddler On The Roof.
Miles from the nearest road, all I wanted was to go home. But then God spoke up and reminded me of a lesson that was years in the making....
Though our council serves behind the scenes, they represent our congregation in a big way. Because they are an important part of our community, and since we are confirming these new council members, one might wonder who they are
The Gospel isn’t something meant for us to adopt casually or address lightly, and as part of the Sanctuary church, we take growth and transformation slowly and lovingly, but with an undeniable sense of importance.
I’d like to invite you to join me in a screening of the film UN|DIVIDED!
Here at The Sanctuary we are all about growth, and the second we found the metaphor, we took the idea of “growing” and ran with it.
El Santuario! Our Hispanic fellowship is becoming a community. What began as almuerzo (lunch) and a common language Español (Spanish) is now moving to another level of connection and trust.