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  • God Restores The Broken Wednesday, April 13, 2022
    Rev. Karen Chraska shares her thoughts on God's restoration. God heals brokenness. Come celebrate the ultimate restoration with us this week for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter . May a...
  • Restorative Time Alone Wednesday, April 6, 2022
    Denise Robinson shares her realization that restoration doesn't have to be work; it can simply be a time of rest: 2020 and 2021 were especially tough for me. I know what you’re think...
  • Stripping Your Paint Monday, April 4, 2022
    Rev. Doug Meyer thinks about his personal restoration compared to restoring furniture: A number of years ago I decided to tackle restoring an old piece of furniture. It was your basic 100 year...
  • Lessons Learned From the Garden Wednesday, March 30, 2022
    Alyssa Robinson shares what Laura Sennott taught her about God's restoration, using her garden as a teaching tool. I bought my first house in 2020. I was so proud and excited, and my family ...
  • 20 Years of Restoration Monday, March 28, 2022
    Bob Mersereau shares his story of restoration. It took 20 years to learn how to trust God and give up on anger and resentment, but when he did he found a bottomless well of peace and love. My wi...
  • A Vision of Restoration Tuesday, March 22, 2022
    Dana Phillips is in the midst of God's restoration , and it began with a vision: Jesus restores us in the middle of our failures, mistakes, hurts, and brokenness. Sometimes it is one step b...
  • Restoration in a Lonely Pew Tuesday, March 15, 2022
    Rev. Daniel Humbert shares how God's restoration can be a time of quiet support from a friend: I’m the youngest of four—three boys and a girl. There were roughly 3 years separa...
  • God Restores Hope Tuesday, March 8, 2022
    Van Weaver is our Butterfly Ministry Coordinator at Trietsch and today she shares her personal story of restoration : I met Nate in 2011. We went on a first date and instantly felt a connection...
  • How does God see me? Wednesday, February 16, 2022
    This month we are challenging ourselves to “See What God Sees” in other people. As Christ-followers, we are on a journey toward greater compassion, empathy, and love for all of God&rsquo...
  • Meaning Behind The Magnificat Thursday, December 9, 2021
    Rev. Karen Chraska shares why the Magnificat is so meaningful to her: Special songs signify special occasions: “Happy Birthday” at a birthday party, “The National Anthem&rdqu...
  • The Millennium in Revelation Sunday, November 21, 2021
    Revelation 20 refers to the millennium. Please see the below explanation of the 1000-year period mentioned in Revelation. Wnat to know more about the Book of Revelation? CLICK HERE to read Rev. D...
  • What We Believe About Revelation Tuesday, November 9, 2021
    Senior Pastor Rev. Daniel Humbert shares context around the Book of Revelation and how The United Methodist Church interprets this Scripture. For many, the mere mention of the Book of Revel...
  • The Four Views of Revelation Thursday, November 4, 2021
    In the Methodist tradition we believe that there are multiple ways to interpret Scripture, and Revelation is no exception. Rev. Daniel Humbert has outlined below four of the most popular understandin...
  • Messages & Symbols in Revelation Thursday, November 4, 2021
    Do you want to read the book of Revelation, but not sure where to start? Rev. Daniel Humbert compiled a list of symbols, messages, and the meaning behind each to help you get started. Looking fo...
  • Live Simply, Spark Generosity! Tuesday, October 26, 2021
    Alyssa Robinson shares where she is currently with her giving and how she wants to grow. You can learn more about living generously at TMUMC.ORG/pledge . In 2019 along with all the other Netfli...

Thirsting for Righteousness

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst after righteousness, for they shall be filled.” Matthew 5:6 The Scriptures tell us that righteousness and justice are the foundation of God’s throne (Psalm 89:14). But when we see families held in slavery, vulnerable girls sexually assaulted, widows forced from their homes, innocent men and women in prison—the very foundation by which God established right order and governance appears shaken. The forces of evil in the world... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, March 25, 2019
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Don't Stare, Say Hello!

Shelby Rabjohn has a message for us to help us grow in relationship with our special needs families. I spent my high school years here at FMHS where I became President of Circle of Friends my Junior and Senior year. After that I took a few courses at NCTC and later transferred to McMurry University for an opportunity allowing me to aide in a SPED class during the day at a Title I Elementary school and take classes at night. I got the chance to move back to my home town and thought I... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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An Attitude of Meekness

“Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.” Matthew 5:5 As justice seekers, we are bold and courageous in our prayers and determined in our actions. We zealously take hold of the vision to seek justice, rescue the oppressed, defend the orphan, plead for the widow (Isaiah 1:17). And because God enables us to accomplish amazing things, we can be tempted to hold our boldness, our passion and our zeal as ideals. But Jesus tells us that the meek shall inherit the... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, March 18, 2019
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Spiritual Gift of Giving

CLICK HERE to sign up for our next Gifted to Serve class to better understand the gifts that God has given you. Take the 15 minute Gifted to Serve Discovery to immediately learn what your gifts are. Maybe your spiritual gift is giving! Did you know giving is a gift? It might sound silly, but it’s true. We all have the capability to give and God calls us each to offer what we have to serve the kingdom. However there, are some people who have a better understanding... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Thursday, March 14, 2019
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Comforting the Mourners

“Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Matthew 5:4 As IJM confronts injustice around the world, we find there is much to mourn: There are 40 million slaves in the world today—more than at any other time in human history. Thousands of widows are literally fighting for their lives because their land and only source of provision has been violently stolen away from them. 1 in 4 slaves is a child. Innocent men and women are arrested,... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Monday, March 11, 2019
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A Reflection on Ash Wednesday

A devotion from Pastor Doug Meyer based on his Ash Wednesday message: I have a confession to make – I do not like cleaning. I do not like making my bed, or doing the dishes, or running the vacuum, or washing and putting away the laundry. I do not like cleaning out my garage or washing my car. But… I really like sleeping on clean sheets and eating off clean plates. I like the smell and feel of a clean house and car. I like walking in to my garage and looking... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Friday, March 8, 2019
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Fasting for Justice

Typically, we fast from some food, product, or behavior during Lent as a means to better connect with God and truly understand the nature of Christ’s suffering for us. This year, we encourage you to discover a Lenten fast that will connect you with those suffering from human trafficking. Below are listed some common contributions to human trafficking. Consider fasting from one or more of these items either throughout Lent or perhaps try one per week of Lent. Fast from: ... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Thursday, March 7, 2019
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The Work of Solitude

“Now when he saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him and he began to teach them saying: ‘Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.’ ” Matthew 5:1-3 Picture this scene: Jesus on the mountainside, drawn away from the crowds. Before his disciples reach him, we can imagine Christ in sacred moments of solitude and prayer. He withdrew from those seeking him and, for a moment, laid aside the... Read More
Posted by Alyssa Robinson at Wednesday, March 6, 2019
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