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Faces of our Family

Faces Of Our Family

Rhonda Sittig Rhonda is a quilter, a reader and loves to cook meals for her friends and family. “I’m happy to have my smart, kind husband Larry, four bright kids with their sweet spouses and nine chipper grandkids. All together we’re a crowd!” Something that makes Rhonda smile is when she FaceTimes with her granddaughter…

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RFKC Camp-in-a-Box

Twenty years ago, Fullerton Free’s very own Connie Hutchinson responded to the Lord’s invitation to be His hands and feet to children in the Foster Care system by hosting Royal Family KIDS Camp (RFKC). That choice has led to hundreds of children’s lives being impacted through RFKC, a year-round mentoring program (RFKC Club), our teen…

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Seeking On The Structure

Our parking structure has really been getting some great usage lately! Not only on Sunday nights, but throughout the week as well. This month, high school ministry has put on a few prayer nights on top of the structure that have turned out to be some of my highlights of the summer! With the warm…

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Taming the Tongue (and Typing Fingers)

When we went into lockdown in March, I became acutely aware of how important social media is to the advancement and connection of our culture during this season. The only time I would see my friends was through Zoom or Instagram. We were all locked in our houses and bored but at least we had…

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Faces of our Family

Faces Of Our Family

As everyone knows, we’re living in an unpredictable time. We may all have different feelings and struggles with everything going on but there is one thing many of us have in common — we are missing connection with one another. With that in mind, we are launching “The Faces of Our Family” project to bring…

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Pursuing God’s Goodness Through The Storm

This season of quarantine has been a challenge for many, including families of students with special needs. As our Rainbow Express leadership team met via Zoom for months prior to camp, we weren’t sure what direction to go for the summer. Do we plan camp as usual in case the quarantine is lifted and then…

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Learning to Soar

“But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31 Weary and faint. I don’t know about you, but those are two words that seem all too familiar to me during…

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Balance And The Thin Blue Line

Clearly, not every one of the 800,000 men and women who have taken the pledge to protect and serve in this country are without flaw. Given that law enforcement recruits from the human race, it is just as liable to employ broken, sinful men and women, capable of all kinds of injustice, as every other…

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VBS 2020

Much like everything else this year, VBS looked a little different! We were given a box of VBS fun for three days, and it filled our home with Scripture, fun games and creativity! Our school-aged boys LOVED having something to look forward to for those three days, and begged to do VBS as soon as…

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Unplugging From Distractions

As a high school leader, I am constantly hearing stories of where God is on the move. He is transforming young men and women in their own unique way to be shaped into people that look more like Jesus. I would like to share a recent story as an encouragement to our church. One of…

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