The past month has been full. Many have battled the flu or one of three viruses spreading about. We are hopeful health experts are correct that the worst may be behind us now that we are nearing mid-March. Posts here have been light for a variety of reasons. Here are a few updates.

Jan and Gerald returned from Houston in late January and returned for a visit in February for tests. The radiation and chemo have been effective but the need to continue with treatment here (at home) has been deemed beneficial. We held a Benefit a few weeks ago and were inspired by the crowd on such a cold Saturday only exceeded by the donations and silent auction proceeds. You may keep track of Jan’s progress, her thoughts about this journey of trusting in God, and pics of her Aubree at – Grammy’s Journey.

A few weeks ago Pastor Todd shared with us the needs of Pastor Alan and Ericka Cross’s son Caelan. He is their two and a half year old son. Last April they received good news Caelan was cancer free. A scheduled test revealed some concerns. Oncologists worried his cancer had returned. After a couple of weeks of waiting, they traveled to Birmingham, AL to have a potentially risky biopsy done. Caelan came through the procedure very well. His doctor believed the results from the pathologist would not reveal cancer but they would need confirmation. Rather than wait until this next Monday, Alan called to say the report was back and "no" cancer. He called to thank us for our prayers for them.

This past Tuesday Cheryl fell at a job site and broke her hip. She came through surgery just fine. Pray for the long period of rehab.

We could not list all those who are overcoming the flu as it has seemed so many. As noted above, we are glad it seems many are on the way to enjoying the soon coming Spring with better health.

Jesus invites people into his life and his way. He takes what is and points to the new way of the Kingdom of God.  Come see what this journey is all about!

One way to think about the mission of Jesus - He calls into question the way things are and points to the way things may be in the Kingdom of God. 

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