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As Summer Approaches: A Faith on Fire and Keeping Your Cool

First Cov'er, Melissa Falde, squeezes every ounce out of the summer season. But does soaking up the sun have an impact on taking our eyes off of the Son? Read on for ways to be purposeful in our priorities as the weather heats up and routines cool down.  Bibles and Barbeques With winter in our…
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Focus on Life: Immigration

The Focus on Life initiative was undertaken by the Compassion, Mercy and Justice Team (formerly Social Concerns) to call attention to man-made or natural conditions that are taking, endangering, or denigrating human life from conception to old age. Jesus said in John 10:10 “I came that they may have life and have it abundantly”. But…
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A Part of Me was Dying Inside: A FirstCov’er Story

Recently, FirstCov'er Lindsey Koskie walked through a time of relentless, physical suffering. Much like our human body needs to be physically healthy to thrive, God also designed the Church to become a unified Body of Christ. Today, Lindsey invites us along on this journey, sharing her reflections and the revelations she received from God on…
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Faith-Based Investing: Earthly Riches and Heavenly Rewards

If you live in America, you will likely be in the top two percent of the wealthiest humans in history. Add in a college education and you will be in the top one percent of the most learned of humanity. Luke 12:48 tells us, "From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded;…
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Vitality: April 2019 Prayer Point

Our prayer this month focuses on one of the ten Healthy Missional Markers in the Vitality Pathway Process. By “healthy” we mean pursuing Christ. By “missional” we mean pursuing Christ’s priorities in the world. It is our fervent prayer that FirstCov becomes a healthy missional church. Not only do these markers help us to listen…
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Focus on Life: Substance Abuse

The Focus on Life initiative was undertaken by the Compassion, Mercy and Justice Team (formerly Social Concerns) to call attention to man-made or natural conditions that are taking, endangering, or denigrating human life from conception to old age. Jesus said in John 10:10 “I came that they may have life and have it abundantly”. But…
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Vitality: March 2019 Prayer Point

Our prayer this month focuses on one of the ten Healthy Missional Markers in the Vitality Pathway Process. By “healthy” we mean pursuing Christ. By “missional” we mean pursuing Christ’s priorities in the world. It is our fervent prayer that FirstCov becomes a healthy missional church. Not only do these markers help us to listen…
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Focus on Life: Worldwide Christian Persecution

The Focus on Life initiative was undertaken by the Compassion, Mercy and Justice Team (formerly Social Concerns) to call attention to man-made or natural conditions that are taking, endangering, or denigrating human life from conception to old age. Jesus said in John 10:10 “I came that they may have life and have it abundantly”. But…
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Broken Together: Four Ways Faith Enriches Love and Marriage

Valentine’s Day remembers the most idealistic hopes of love and relationship while living the gritty reality of everyday life. How does the heavenly faith in Christ impact the very earthy grit of life and marriage? FirstCov Pastor, Brian Majerus, breaks down common barriers that can prevent marriages from thriving and shares several concepts to strengthen…
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High Energy Community: Get Up and Go!

This past Sunday, Pastor Todd continued his Sermon Series, High Energy Faith. Listen here. His message of High Energy Community regarded the importance of living in community with our brothers and sisters in Christ, which is a different kind of community than is offered by the society around us. (1 Cor 11:17-34)  Create Your Own…
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