Category Archives: Worship

In the Void: When God’s Voice and Vision Seem Distant (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of our discussion on God's voice and vision for your life. Last time, FirstCov'er Melissa Falde touched on three ways that we can be intentional in hearing God's voice, knowing His voice, and engaging Him in the conversation. Check it out here. But what about when you don’t know God’s vision…
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In the Void: When God’s Voice and Vision Seem Distant (Part 1)

Do good things come to those who wait, or do they come to those listen to the One who wants good things for you? When our ears are bombarded with burdens and numb from the noise, hearing God can be hard. Come alongside FirstCov'er, Melissa Falde, as she breaks down three straightforward steps to help tune…
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Vitality: January 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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When Scripture Speaks: A FirstCov’er Story

If you have read a verse or two in the Bible and have come back to it again, only to find that it speaks to you in an entirely different way, you are not alone. FirstCov'er Jeff Carow writes on how a very important section of Scripture looked differently to him recently. Eyes to See…
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Faithful to His Promises: A FirstCov’er Story

FirstCov'er Nancy Nygaard is no stranger to physical suffering. She has weathered many storms in her life, and in continuing to seek God through it all, she has witnessed His blessings and faithfulness. Read her story below, as she gives us a glimpse into her journey. Pursue Him to Find your Purpose Seek God through…
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Of Family, Flashlights, and Fierce Love that Leaves the 99

A couple years ago, my kids and I were playing flashlight hide-and-seek inside the house. We shut off all the lights in the early winter evening, and everyone, including the person hiding, carried a small flashlight. I must confess that for a great part of my own childhood, I was terribly afraid of the dark. I…
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