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Nov 6, 2016
Phil shares
This week Phil Jones shares how ministry is all around us.
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  • Nov 6, 2016Phil shares
    Nov 6, 2016
    Phil shares
    This week Phil Jones shares how ministry is all around us.
  • Oct 31, 2016By Faith
    Oct 31, 2016
    By Faith
    The mission of Angus Church is to engage our community in learning to become more like Christ. This week we learned that faith is part of establishing who we are in Christ.
  • Oct 23, 2016Pouring Our Lives into Others
    Oct 23, 2016
    Pouring Our Lives into Others
    The mission of Angus Church is to engage our community in learning to become more like Christ. This week we learned what it is to pour our lives into others for the Gospel's sake.
  • Oct 18, 2016100 Years Celebration
    Oct 18, 2016
    100 Years Celebration
    The mission of Angus Church is to engage our community in learning to become more like Christ. This week we celebrated 100 years of Angus Church and looked forward with the commissioning of our Angus Community Groups.
  • Oct 9, 2016Relying on God
    Oct 9, 2016
    Relying on God
    The mission of Angus Church is to engage our community in learning to become more like Christ. This week we learned that we are comforted in order to comfort others.

 | Wednesday Weekly Blog |

100 Years and Counting . . . 10/12/16

Well, according to the official record, we are already there – 100 years old!  I’m not sure where I got the information that I’ve shared before, concerning the official start of the congregation here as October 16, but in looking back at the Church Record Book our official “birth date” is September 13, 1916.  Gary Couzzens wrote a book entitled The Nogal Mesa, and in his records he has that the congregation was first formed on September 3, 1916, in the home of H.R. Smith.  Again, I’m not sure where I got the information concerning October 16, 1916, but apparently I was wrong.  However, it does not negate the fact that we still have a great celebration planned for this coming weekend, October 15 and 16, 2016, here at Angus Church.  I hope you’ll plan on being part of any or all of this weekend as we celebrate 100 years!  But ultimately, that isn’t what is important!  

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Who Will You Affect? 10/5/16

We live in an age when everyone is trying to get their “15 minutes of fame!”  We have FaceBook, Twitter, YouTube, and more opportunities everywhere.  We record “everything” just in case; we take selfies, push ourselves to do more . . . not always in the best way and many times in ways that are just down right dangerous.  We obsess about how many followers we have and who “likes” our posts.  We want to be noticed.  We want people to see us.  We want to be liked.  We want to be famous.  But at what cost?  How is it affecting us and I think the more important question is, how is it affecting the people around us that in reality matter the most?  There is a familiar story from Scripture about a man that was amazing.  He stood head and shoulders above the crowd; he made decisions based not on what was popular, but on what was right.  He was a leader, but he didn’t thrust himself into the spotlight, it was thrust upon him.  He made a difference and that difference affected an entire nation.  I think we are at a place in our history when we need someone, or more correctly MANY someones to stand up and do what is right, regardless of whether it is popular or not and whether it gets us likes or friends or followers.  His name?  Well . . .

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November is Coming 9/28/16

You can’t go anywhere online, on social media or on television without reading or listening to someone talk about the first Presidential Debate that took place this past Monday evening.  I read that there were millions who tuned in the debate to see what would happen.  I wonder if they were tuning in to see the debate or to see the debacle they expected?  I saw that the number of viewers of the debate overwhelmingly outnumbered the number of people who watched Monday Night Football. One person, on Face Book, said that they watched the debate and it did nothing to clarify for them how they would vote and I read that those who did the “Fact Checks” on the two candidates said that both of them missed many facts.  I’ve read friends who are pro-Trump and those who are pro-Clinton and both are talking about what they liked from their candidate of choice and most of them ridiculing the other candidate.  Well, I have a confession to make.

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