Monthly Archives: June 2009

Old words, new tunes

I’ve recently discovered some new music (actually old, old lyrics put to new tunes) being churned out by a local church in Louisville, KY.  This CD, “Over the Grave” is made up of several revamped lyrics written by Isaac Watts (1674-1748). … Continue reading

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New Member Sunday

This past Sunday Crossway welcomed 7 new members into the Church! Each family and single completed our Exploring Crossway Church course which is an overview of our beliefs and practice and our Experience course  which is an introductory caregroup. Everyone  … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary to Us!

Contrary to what my title may lead you to believe, this is not meant to be a self-promoting post!!  It was right around this time a year ago that Steve, the kids, and my very pregnant self moved from the … Continue reading

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Dale Jaenke

Although he does not attend Crossway, I am excited to commend my dad to you.  While I could never adequately thank him for all he has done, I am overjoyed to be able to honor him for the twenty-four years … Continue reading

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Phil DeVries

While not many of you know my Dad, you have undoubtedly witnessed a piece of his influence in any shreds of God’s grace in my life. I am excited to have the opportunity to honor my Dad for the years … Continue reading

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Rob Bigley

What a joy it is to honor my husband, Rob Bigley!  Rob is a godly husband, father, friend, neighbor, and employee.  In our 16 years of marriage, I have seen Rob grow in his faith, in his love for God, … Continue reading

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Jeremy Stoltzfus

Jeremy is a wonderful husband and father.  He has humbly sought to grow in his leadership of our marriage and family through the years.  He is regularly seeking accountability for this purpose.  He is committed to raising our children in … Continue reading

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