Archives for October 2017

A Note From Dan

Change is not easy and is sometimes even considered a “dirty” word. We at Eastern Hills have had our share of change over the past month. Although change causes us to be uncomfortable, it also stretches us and causes us to be more dependent on the Lord to take care of us. It is no different when it comes to our church. We know that God has His hand on Eastern Hills and He has great things in store for us. Thank you for your … [Read more...]

SING! Even if You Think You Can’t!

Recently I have been leading the Sunday night discipleship class entitled: SING!  It is based on the book, SING, by Keith & Kristyn Getty.  Keith and Kristyn are modern day hymn writers. Their most well-known hymn/worship song is IN CHRIST ALONE. The book reminds us that ALL believers are called to SING in corporate worship even if they “think” they can’t.  Ephesians 5:19-20 admonishes us to sing! Speak to one another with psalms, and hymns and spiritual songs. Sing and … [Read more...]

A Note From Mark

You were missed this past Sunday. I am thankful for leadership who make the tough calls about cancellations. I am thankful that we are on the side of safety. I was also so encouraged by the many of you who watched the Facebook live service of our partner church in Janesville, WI. What a fun and unique way to experience house church and still connect with each other as we worshipped together with Jesse Beernick and the Resonate Church, a southern Baptist church plant that we support monthly! If … [Read more...]

A Note From Greg

I was glad when they said unto me, “let us go into the house of the Lord together.” When I was first hired at Eastern Hills there was a statistic floating around that the kids who were in church at that time would grow up to be adults who did not take their children to church. It wasn’t just at Eastern Hills or Montgomery. It was a national statistic. The reason cited was that the CHURCH was not being perceived as relevant. I know that all the ministries at Eastern Hills exist to lead … [Read more...]