• Jan 31 Fri. PM: Youth Vespers // Carlson Residence
  • Jan 31 Fri. PM: Young Adult Vespers // Contact Sarah Whitset to be added to the group text: (913) 549-2879
  • Feb 1 Sat. PM: International Dinner // WACA Fundraiser
  • Feb 1 Sat. 5:30 PM: Gospel of John Bible Study // Youth Room
  • Feb 1 Sat. PM Dinner for Homeless with Youth Group
  • Feb 2 Sun. 5:30 PM: Super Bowl Party // Church Fellowship Hall
  • Feb 5 Wed. 10:30AM Moms group “The Well” meets at Little Lion coffee shop for refreshing prayer/social time. Contact Whitni Carlson to be added to the group text (407) 718-3158
  • Feb 5 Wed. 6:00 PM Wednesday Night Fellowship and Pathfinders Program
  • Feb 5 Wed. 6:00 PM Youth Midweek
  • Feb 7 Fri 5:00-7:30 PM Kessia Reyne Bennett // Christian Parenting Seminar

January Outreach Activity
Let's spread some Winter cheer! Please send a card of encouragement to our church members who are unable to make it to church! Text Kris Simms (316-204-4324) for some addresses!


  • Feb. 8 Sat. PM Pathfinder Ice-Skating for the whole family // Outdoor Rink ($9 entry fee covered for Pathfinder kids only. All bring an extra $4 for skate rental, if you need skates).
  • Feb. 8 Sat. PM Youth Church Lock-In // WACA Gymnasium
  • Feb. 12 10:30 AM The Well
  • Feb. 12 Wednesday Night Fellowship
  • Feb. 12 Youth Midweek
  • Feb. 15 Sat. 5:30 PM Gospel of John Bible Study // Youth Room
  • Feb. 19 10:30 AM The Well
  • Feb. 19 Wednesday Night Fellowship
  • Feb. 19 Youth Midweek
  • Feb. 22 Sat. 6PM Pathfinder Pine Car Derby and Chilli Cookoff // Church Parking Lot. Please contact Sara Watts ( to volunteer or bring chilli. Non-pathfinders can race a car for a $5 donation
  • Feb. 28-29 Full Weekend: Wichita Convocation (local conference event)
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Several years ago I read an old Cherokee legend about a grandfather teaching his grandson about life.  "A fight is going on inside me," he said to the boy.  "It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves.  One is evil-he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego."  he continued, "The other is good- he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.  The same fight is going on inside you- and inside every other person, too."  The grandson though about what his grandfather had said and asked his grandfather, "Which wolf will win?"  The grandfather simply replied, "The one you feed." 
Each day in small ways I get to make a choice as to which wolf to feed.   Those small choices come in the form of choosing to forgive rather than hold on to resentment. Each day I get to choose to hope, rather than thinking the worst.  Each day I can choose to tell a difficult truth rather than spreading a convenient lie.  What I am learning in life is that the person I am and the person I become are the result of those small choices I make each day.  Those choices put me on a path, and that path leads to a destination.  Ultimately I think the old Cherokee grandfather was right.  Much of who we become and what we do boils down to the wolf we choose to feed.

Yours in Christ,
Pastor Forde
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