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Missional Value of the Anglican Tradition?

Missional Value of the Anglican Tradition?

Do you see it? That little red string. No, it’s not a keychain for your car. That is a Sai Sin, a red bracelet, which is blessed by a Buddhist. These are worn in SE Asia for good luck and prosperity. I’ve heard a common story from Christian missionaries in Southeast...
A Little Prep Work Goes a Long Way

A Little Prep Work Goes a Long Way

Church Family: We prepare for holidays, sporting events, weddings and vacations. There is not much in life that we do not prepare for in some form or fashion. A young couple in our Life Group just had their first child and they have been preparing for months. So, why...
Enter Into Holy Week

Enter Into Holy Week

Hello Church Fam, I understand that people in our church come from different denominations, non-denominational and even non-churched backgrounds. Praise God that He gathers in folks who have diverse backgrounds.   CHS is first and foremost a Christian...
Coming Back

Coming Back

I am tired of hearing about COVID and vaccines. I am sure you are as well. I miss the 50% of you who are not presently back in worship or perhaps even worshipping with us online. While many in our church family are immune suppressed or direct caretakers for those that...
Big Worship Arts Updates

Big Worship Arts Updates

Hey y’all. Eric here to introduce you to our new Content Creator, Erin Eva Smith! She joins our team with years of experience in photography, videography, marketing, and content creation. Erin is a Cave Spring High School and High Point University graduate. Erin works...
Men’s Retreat 2021

Men’s Retreat 2021

What do you get when you mix God, home cooked meals, small groups, prayer, worship music, deep biblical teachings, fishing, hikes, golf, confession of sin, celebration of new life and forgiveness in Christ, biscuits and gravy, snoring, kayaking, heart to heart...
You or Someone in Your Life Wants to Come to Alpha

You or Someone in Your Life Wants to Come to Alpha

Sometimes conversations about God/Jesus can be hard, awkward, non-existent or uncomfortable at best. Often we want to talk with others about God, but just don’t know how to get the ball rolling. Death, illness, baptism are easier topics to start with, but thankfully...
The Oldest Trick in the Book

The Oldest Trick in the Book

Have you ever played a musical instrument? Have you ever played one daily and then for some unknown reason, you just stopped? Days turned to weeks turned to months turned to years turned to decades. I know when Covid first hit, I decided at age 61 to pick...
A Peak Inside

A Peak Inside

I keep a list in “Notes” on my iPhone of over 120 passwords for everything from Naval Academy business, Gmail, Instagram, Spotify, Hulu, MyChart, Zoom, DMV, Adobe Cloud . . . One of my favorite passwords, and it is only used on 1 of the 120 accounts, is “DeathBy...
Soul Care: Taking Care of the Most Important Part of You

Soul Care: Taking Care of the Most Important Part of You

Every spring I begin those sunny May days way behind on my bush and tree trimming. Over the winter, when others took time and energy to whack back those dead branches or trim the hedges in order to get them ready for a colorful spring, I didn’t. It’s not that I don’t...