Dear FCC Church Family, February has come; it’s here, and there’s no escaping it. That is, there’s no way to avoid going through February on our way to spring. How does that make you feel? I imagine that, for most of us, February summons up a wintry mix of widely different emotions. It’s usually one…

Welcome to a new year, and to a new season of seeking after God. During the first twenty-one days of this year, we’re inviting you to join us in an all-church quest to hear from God through prayer and fasting. We don’t always like to hear it, but self-denial is a basic expectation for followers…

On October 31, 1517, an obscure Augustinian monk and theology professor posted a notice on the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany, calling for a formal, public debate on a minor point of church doctrine and practice: whether it was proper for the church to give papal indulgences promising release from purgatory in return…

September has always been a time of anticipation and excite- ment for me. I grew up loving school, and September meant that school was about to start again. New teachers, new classes, new pencils, new schedules–it was all thrilling, even when it was also unnerving or even a bit scary. The start of the school…

I was not born in the mountains, but I do have an early memory of being in the mountains when I was probably four years old. I recall being on a snow-covered mountain with my mom and some of her friends or family members who were out for a ski day. I remember, because I…

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