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Grieving: Daddy’s Do Die

Posted by Tami Heather on

Intellectually, I knew this day would come -- but not really. Somewhere deep inside I held on to the child-like belief that my daddy wouldn’t die. But he did. This is the story of his passing. A year after my father’s diagnosis of lung and liver cancer, I traveled to California to...

Why Prayer Training?

Posted by Kiersten Patterson on

The antique piano made with solid wood and real ivory keys was one of my favorite things in our home growing up in the small town of South Carolina. I would sit and attempt to play the instrument for hours. I loved the sound though most of the keys were out of tune. I remember my Mom hiring a...

The Sparrow and The Shoe

Posted by Vali Johansen on

A week ago I found myself in a driftwood yard, searching for the perfect pieces for an upcoming team builder. My mind was heavy with the loss of my step father only a few days prior. As I walked through the dimness of the driftwood, I looked around at the light that surrounded me.  A pair...

Announcing: Cedar Point

Posted by Andrew Muncherian on

It’s been amazing over my short first 8 months at Cedar Hills to have the opportunity to invest in our families, our Kids’ Ministries teams, and the CH community at large.  I’ve loved getting to meet many of you over the past few months.  God is definitely moving...

UNITED

Posted by Weston Grillo on

// UNITED // …we can do more together then we could ever do on our own. You know what I’ve noticed? People rarely avoid new things because of a lack of desire or a lack of ambition. More often then not, we as humans resist new things because there is a real or “perceived to be...