Oct 29 - Nov 12

Jesus wants to change the world. And his plan is simple and effective. It all starts with those close to us. Paul in Galatians 5:14 said: For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Jesus gave us what is referred to as the Great Commandment – Love God with your all and love your neighbor as yourself. Everyone agrees! But to many it is just a nice thought and idea. It has now become cliche! The majority of the problems of our community could be drastically reduced and even eliminated if we became a community of great neighbors. Followers of Jesus should be light in their neighborhood! We should be different, not isolated, but engaging. Obeying this one command can change the world. That is our mission! The power of being a good neighbor is beyond what we can imagine. It is the plan of Jesus. Back to the basics!

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Image: Why Does God Allow Suffering?
May 22, 2022

Why Does God Allow Suffering?

Why is the world so messed up, and why does God allow that to be so? When troubles, tragedy, or...

Image: #Pantano60
May 15, 2022


We celebrate Pantano’s 60-year anniversary as we look back and forward while never forgetting our vision, mission, and purpose. God...

Image: Is Church Relevant and Necessary?
May 8, 2022

Is Church Relevant and Necessary?

One of the biggest questions among those deconstructing their faith today is this: is the church relevant and necessary? The...

Image: Is It Okay To Doubt Your Faith?
May 1, 2022

Is It Okay To Doubt Your Faith?

Doubt, skepticism, and deconstruction are often criticized not only as a weakness, but as an outright sin. However, every person...

Image: Is Jesus For Religion?
April 25, 2022

Is Jesus For Religion?

Jesus did not create a new religion! In fact, he came to replace religion with something very different. He came...

Image: Sunday – Easter 2022
April 17, 2022

Sunday – Easter 2022

For three days life was filled with uncertainty. Life was dark, Jesus was dead, hope was gone. Friday was full...

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