Posts by Angie Smith

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Pastor’s Friday Comments (08.11.17)

by Angie Smith

As the summer draws to a close, most of us who are engaged in the workplace will return to a world of pinging email alerts and buzzing cellphones and periodic checks of social media. We may fool ourselves into thinking we are “multitasking” when in reality we are simply distracting ourselves from the task at […]


by Angie Smith

The Book of Revelation is perhaps the most misunderstood book in the Bible. While describing in symbolic terms the great cosmic battle between God and evil, its original purpose was to encourage Christians to be faithful in difficult times. Thus it continues to have relevance to all who seek to follow Christ today — regardless […]

Pastor’s Friday Comments (08.04.17)

by Angie Smith

Like it or not, those of you with school-age children are going to have to come back to town. You may be able to sneak away for a few more weekends before summer gets away from us (let’s face it — around here summer lasts almost until December) but it’s time to get back into […]

Pastor’s Friday Comments (07.28.17)

by Angie Smith

In Texas if you are killed while riding a motorcycle (or donor cycle, as EMT’s call them) your family can have a memorial in your honor erected at the site of your crash. It will cost them $350 and will include a large cross. The cross will be part of the display, regardless of your […]

From the Missions Ministry…

by Angie Smith

1 Timothy 4:12 says, “Let no one despise your youth, but set the believers an example in speech and conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.” This verse came to mind during our day of service at the Norcross Co-Op.  I had the opportunity to work in the clothes closet helping to distribute clothing to […]

From the Pastor…

by Angie Smith

On July 9 our congregation received further details regarding the possible purchase of a portion of our property and you voted to sign a Letter of Intent with a potential buyer that would allow them to proceed with exploring the feasibility of a commercial venture at the far end of our property near the cell tower. […]

From the Youth Ministry…

by Angie Smith

This is one of the hardest monthly posts I have had to write. Mostly because this will be my last one as the interim youth minister for this congregation. I knew going into this that it more than likely would be temporary; in fact, that is implied in the job title. Throughout these past months, […]

From the Music Ministry…

by Angie Smith

Christmas In August On Saturday, August 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. we will hold our Annual Christmas Music Workshop. During this time, we will get a head start on learning the musical to be presented for morning worship on Sunday, December 17. As in past years, we are encouraging all singers interested, high […]

From Children’s Ministry…

by Angie Smith

This year I had the privilege of attending my fourth Passport Kids Camp with our Parkway Kids.  It’s hard to believe that the children who attended for the first time the same year that I did have now attended the kid’s camp for the last time.  I cherish the bonds that we formed and the […]

From Kristy Engel….

by Angie Smith

Choices We Make  Colossians 3:14-15 “Above all, clothe yourselves with love, which binds us all together in perfect harmony.  And let the peace that comes from Christ rule in your hearts. For as members of one body you are called to live in peace. And always be thankful.” Each day when we rise, we make […]