A Special Christmas Offering

Hey everyone! This Sunday, we’ll be holding our final services for 2014. I hope that you’ll join us for both our regular morning service and, especially, our evening Christmas on the River candlelight service. Even as I’ve been preparing for these services, I find that I am deeply moved by the hope and transformational power of the […]

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Christmas on the River

Happy Friday Capstone, Who have you invited to Christmas on the River? Because many families leave town a day or so before Christmas, we offer a “Christmas Eve” service a few days before Christmas Eve. This year, we’re making the event bigger and better than ever. In addition to a meaningful worship service including a […]

Facing the Shadows of the Past

Facing the Shadows of the Past Ecclesiastes 11:9-10 The ghosts of your past are the foundations of your reclamation.   1st Shadow Childhood hurts are carried forever. “A solitary child, neglected by his friends, is left there still.”   2nd Shadow Hurt and loss deal collateral damage. “She died a woman, and had, as I […]

This Season at Capstone

Dear Capstone Family, Over the last few weeks, we have collected a number of pledges for 2015 financial commitment to the church. However, the total pledged amount has come up short of what we anticipated. I share this with you because there are many of you who have not yet turned in a pledge. In […]

Invisible Chains

Invisible Chains Luke 16:19-31   A Christmas Carol takes the tragic story of Lazarus and asks, “What if?”   Two Londons in the Same   Scrooge is described as a “squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner.”   Scrooge’s nephew, Fred, was “cheerful,” and “all in a glow.”   Perspective is stronger than position. […]