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Dayspring Potluck and End-of-Year Town Hall on June 30, 2019


Don’t forget that Sunday, June 30th is our Annual End-of-Year Town Hall and Potluck. This will be a time to reflect on where God has led us as a church in 2018 and where He is leading us in 2019.

Not a Fan Video Study starting 6/19/2019 at 6pm

Join us for a 6 week videos series call “Not a Fan” starting on Wednesday evening 6/19 from 6pm to 7pm. This powerful series is designed to move us from “fan” of Christ to “follower” of Christ.

Church Work day – June 22, 2019 -10am to 2pm

Please join us from 10am to 2pm this Saturday for our annual church workday. Pizza will be provided and we look forward to a time of fellowship as we work together.

Dayspring Nazarene Easter Service on April 20, 2019.

Join us for our Prayer for Healing Service at 8:30 am, Breakfast (Potluck) at 9:15am and Easter Service at 10:30am on Sunday, April 20th.  We look forward to worshiping with you!


Dayspring Christmas Eve Service – December 24th at 6pm

Christmas Eve Service-blankBe sure to join us on December 24th at 6pm for our Christmas Eve service.  This 1 hour service is open to the public and it’ll be a great opportunity for the entire family to focus on the “Reason for the Season”.  We look forward to seeing you!

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The Briscoe’s in Concert – September 2nd, 2018 at 10:30am

John & Ruth Briscoe (Nazarene Evangelists) will be at Dayspring Church on September 2nd for the 10:30 AM Service.  A love offering will be taken; and service will be followed by a potluck dinner.

Please invite your friends and family for a wonderful time of music and worship.

John and Ruth sing together. John is featured on the trombone, but also plays the trumpet. Ruth plays keyboards. They compose and perform most of their music with MIDI interfaced computers. Current technology gives new “state of the art” sounds to their music. The wide variety of songs, styles, and instruments provides something for everyone!

John – studied music under James “Doc” Walker and Willard S. Nichols. He has played in several bands and orchestras including CSU, SNU, CSC and is a past member of the International Trombone Association.

Ruth – studied music under Doris Vaughn, Myra Shubert, and Robert Hale. She has been playing and singing with The Briscoes ministry for several years.

Sermon: Does This Make the Boat go Faster?

It’s your choice

It’s Your Choice

Deuteronomy 30:14-18 (NKJV)

14 But the word is very near you, in your mouth and in your heart, that you may do it.15 “See, I have set before you today life and good, death and evil, 16 in that I command you today to love the Lord your God, to walk in His ways, and to keep His commandments, His statutes, and His judgments, that you may live and multiply; and the Lord your God will bless you in the land which you go to possess. 17 But if your heart turns away so that you do not hear, and are drawn away, and worship other gods and serve them, 18 I announce to you today that you shall surely perish; you shall not prolong your days in the land which you cross over the Jordan to go in and possess.

God never forces us to do anything. It’s always a choice. As you read the text above you’ll notice that we were given two options. One to choose life and good or two to choose death and evil. Seems pretty straight forward right. (Who would knowingly choose death and evil? ) The text goes on and gives instructions. Now I bet that everyone who is reading this post definitely chose the option of life and good. But when the description is given on how to attain that……did you feel a tiny bit uneasy. Let’s break this down a bit. Verse 16 “In that I command you to love the Lord your God” Amen!! Check that one off of the list!!! Of course, I love God! That’s an easy one! Let’s continue.. “to walk in His ways, to keep His commandments, His statues, and His judgements ” hmmm…..I try my best, but do I really follow Him the way I should. I mean I go to church on Sundays, I go to Bible study, I try not to yell at my kids to much (TRY, lol) I try to be a good example. I mean I tried to be the Proverbs 31 women, but let’s face it I can’t sow. I buy my kids clothes at the store, and Im guilty of giving my family fast food from time to time. I try to be a good wife, that one who is always lifting up her husband and supporting him 100%. I want to be that woman that is in Ephesians 6 always respecting and not nagging her husband…. And I do pretty good. And I question from time to time am I setting the right example for my girls…Am I being the Naomi to their Ruth? I know I fall short. But it doesn’t mean I choose death and evil. I’m here to encourage you. As a believer you have been given the choice to turn back to Him at any time. To lay your life at His feet. Honey He knew that you couldn’t do it alone. He knew that you would need His help. He knew that our flesh would go against what was good for us. That’s why He sent his son to die for us. That’s why He sent the Holy Spirit to reside in us! Life is always a choice when you choose to surrender.
Be encouraged today!!

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1 Corinthians 13:12

New International Version (NIV)

12 For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.


When you look in the mirror what do you see?

For years when I looked in the mirror I saw failure, defeat, low self esteem, a variety hurts and scars. I seen a little girl scared of the world, scared to love, scared to trust, scared to be herself, and scared of what others thought of her. I managed my life like a coward filled with an overwhelming sense of pride, not willing to face what entangled me in fear. What kept me in bondage to self. It was easier to hide, to pretend, and to ignore.

However, my heavenly father had another plan in store. He knew how I seen myself didn’t reflect the way he seen me. How much he loved me, how much he grieved for me, and how much he wanted to heal me. But I was distracted from his call, I wasn’t listening to his voice, and I was angry at him for how my life had been.

He did what any father would do to rebellious child, he disciplined me. In love. He put me in a position where I had nothing else to rely on no where else to turn but to him.

He stood before me with his arms open waiting for an embrace…however it seemed like I tiptoed towards him. Slowing dropping chain after chain. Getting a taste for more freedom with every step. Trusting a little more with ever move. Raising my face from shame. Changing from a scared little girl into a women fearing only the Lord. Before I knew it His arms were tightly wrapped around me in a mighty embrace. Telling me my child I love you and I always have and I always will.

Today when I look in the mirror a see a child of the most high God. And I may have many battle scars but I wear them with joy knowing what each one stands for. Knowing that each one of them mean victory :-)!!

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