Seasons of Time

Time slips past. Months feel like weeks. Years like months. The good is, if time is a healer, bad simply has to wait a week or two. The bad is, great vacations and good times end too abruptly. So what’s the answer? Be content in season and out. When things are good be thankful, and when things are… [Read More]


Imagine Christ, his arms outstretched, welcoming all who would come. That’s what I see when I look at the entrance of our new food pantry location. The double doors open out from the center reaching into the community. We have moved to our church building from a property located miles away. A special Spirit resides within this place…. [Read More]

Mental Wellness Seminar – A Biblical View

Mental Wellness Seminar – A Biblical View Presented by Fred Jacoby, MA – Director – Foundations Christian Counseling Services Seeking Mental, Emotional, & Spiritual Health Saturday, June 3, 2017 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM Fellowship Church  300 Cromwell Street Phillipsburg, NJ   08865 Join us for a Biblical look at the mental health issues we face… [Read More]

God Blooms where you live

GOD BLOOMS He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end. Ecclesiastes 3:11 (NIV)  Forsythia bushes line one side of my driveway. They create a beautiful border between the road and property.  I wanted them planted so I could enjoy spring… [Read More]

What Task Have You Laid Down? TAKE IT UP

What task have you laid down? Take it up. God is encouraging you to move forward with boldness and confidence. When you experience hardship and confusion–doubt and despair are not far behind. If you are like me, you squash those “feelings” and focus on an area of immediate need. Not dwelling on the overwhelming aspects of… [Read More]

He Shall Reign Forever – A Christmas Story

The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light… Isaiah 9:2 (ESV) To fully understand the story of Christmas, we have to understand the historical setting depicted in Isaiah 9. It was a time of deep darkness. An age of violence, domination and oppression. A time referred to as Pax Romana–the peace of… [Read More]

The Trees Are Clapping

The trees are clapping. It is not a mistake. As I stroll the beautiful landscape of fall, their cheers are evident. So vibrant and robust that they are falling out of their seats! But why I ask? Why cheer? What has happened? Half of the country is revolting, half are breathing a sigh of relief. Both viewing the… [Read More]


Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 (NIV) Sometimes it’s hard to just pray. Dad died a few months ago. My struggling heart senses the void as I (and hubby) are left to navigate church and life issues apart from… [Read More]

Too Busy To Connect

How is it possible that our time in history is called The Age of Loneliness? Since there are more opportunities for us to connect today than ever before. Due to social media, specialty clubs, work, school, and church, we are presented with lots of options. So why are we still lonely? One reason is that we have become Too Busy… [Read More]

How to Cultivate A Spirit Of Generosity

I’m not giving him a dime, he should get a job! Plus he smells. – Oh no, here comes Ms. Talkstoomuch. She’s so insensitive about my time constraints. – Why can’t she keep her problems and rabbit trails out of our classroom discussion? Is this generosity? We can all relate to feeling like this at one time or another. Ugly,… [Read More]