Why Be a Sponsor?

We are all aware that there are MANY, MANY needs in our world. Deciding where to invest our donation dollars can be daunting. Why should you consider sponsoring a child at Jemo is a very good question! We are Biblically commanded to serve widows and orphans. Many verses such as, James 1:27 “Religion that God

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Trunk or Treat 2012

Thank you to everyone who worked hard to make our first ever “Trunk or Treat” a success! Enjoy some fun photos below!

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October Devotional Thought

By Ron Klein Here in North Dakota valuable oil is only obtained by drilling through two miles of layer after layer of obstacles using the latest technology available.  (N.D. has recently moved to #2 in the USA behind Texas in oil production and, no, I don’t have any oil wells.) An infinitely more important example of

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Meet at Church Wednesday night

Yes, we were planning an event at Sibly park this Wednesday. A final goodbye to the nice weather with a cookout and bonfire. Alas, we will not be doing that. Apparently, we were a little late. The nice weather may be gone! Instead, we will cook hotdogs here at the church and play some games.

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The Power of Family

Let me start by saying I find no joy in attending funerals.  Seeing the pain in the faces of people who have been affected by the death of a family member or dear friend is something I will never enjoy. But, in the midst of the pain and sadness, there is truly hope.  I want

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July Devotional Thoughts

By Ron Klein We can learn some things from placing ourselves in the position of the m.c. and groom who benefited from Jesus turning water into wine in John 2:1-11.  For one thing, they ran out of wine in the middle of their event.  All of us are human and have limitations.  We make mistakes

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Why a Book Club?

By Alicia Dietrich One thing I look forward to about summer is reading a great book while relaxing in the sun.  I love, love, love to read.  I suspect I am not alone! For me finding a good book is like discovering a treasure.  I totally enjoy getting lost in the story a good author

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Commitment to Purity

As young people grow, they face a variety of temptations and pressures.  They will make life-shaping moral decisions between the ages of 11 and 19, and their decisions will shape who they are as followers of Christ.  As parents you, along with the help of the Church, can help your kids choose a life of

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Commitment to Christ

Deciding to follow Christ and to be his ‘hands and feet’ in this world may seem overwhelming to people.  Many parents may not have been brought up in a Christian environment that ever talked about the importance of verbally professing Jesus Christ as our Savior.  Some of us were raised in churches and homes that

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