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Sunday, September 25, 2016

‘Faith’ Archives

A really short history of broccoli

  Rev. James L. Snyder Have you ever had serious second thoughts about something? Of course, I usually have severe trouble with establishing first thoughts. But once I have finished a serious thought I like put it behind me and go on with life. For example. For years, people have been telling me how harmful drinking coffee is. Something to do, so they tell me, with being addicted to caffeine. Then, if I cannot give up coffee, I am to limit the number of cups of coffee I drink per day. This ... Full Story

Dealing with my recent drug problem

Rev. James L. Snyder It all began for me about four months ago. I was busy with my work when the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage came and interrupted me. Really, I do not mind interruptions. An interruption, from anybody, is a wonderful excuse to stop what you are doing and take a break. The older I get the more breaks I seem to need. "I think we ought to take a vacation," she said. Well, when my wife comes up with a good idea she comes up with a good idea! I did not know if we were voting ... Full Story

How to make up for lost time

  By Rev. James L. Snyder Have you ever had the feeling that you lost something but could not quite figure out what? This has been bugging me all week long. It is a good thing I lost my mind years ago or this might cause me to lose it. I remember the day I lost my mind but I cannot remember anything after that date All week long, I had this nagging feeling in the back of my head that I had lost something and that it was something rather important. I sat down in my easy chair and tried to ... Full Story

Community Thanksgiving Worship Service

Community Thanksgiving Worship Service

  Sunday, November 21, 2010 First United Methodist Church 7:00 p.m. Service conducted by Rev. Scott Phillips and Rev. Stephanie Munoz  

Leadership Changes in Local LDS Ward for Young Single

Leadership Changes in Local LDS Ward for Young Single Adults

Lloyd Glenn, a Fort Collins businessman, has been called to serve as Bishop of the Berthoud-based Twin Peaks Young Single Adults Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Glenn, a Colorado resident since moving from Pennsylvania seven years ago, previously served as Bishop in Pennsylvania. “My previous assignment as a Bishop was in a regular family ward in Pennsylvania, ” Glenn comments. “The Berthoud assignment is substantially different, as all members of the ... Full Story

Hunter Hawkins to serve 2-year Mission in Mexico

Hunter Hawkins to serve 2-year Mission in Mexico

Hunter Hawkins, a 2009 graduate of Berthoud High School, has been called to serve for two years in the Mexico City West Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hawkins, son of Bryce and Nancy Hawkins, will serve the people of Mexico and teach about Jesus Christ in the Spanish language. He is an Eagle Scout, and while attending Berthoud High School played varsity lacrosse and soccer, sang with the Bridge Between Show Choir, performed in various school musicals and with ... Full Story

Ptarmigan String Quartet at Methodist Church

The Ptarmigan String Quartet will be performing at the Berthoud United Methodist Church on Sunday, April 25 at 3 p.m. This is a free concert with donations being accepted for the church building fund.

Berthoud Family Church Presents Shekinah Glory

Berthoud Family Church, 3982 Nations Way in Berthoud, invites you to join them Wednesday, April 21st at 7:00 p. m. and Thursday, April 22nd at 7:00 p. m. as Shekinah Glory ministers makes a special appearance. Shekinah Glory is an “impact” ministry team (Cindy Duvall and Lois and Ray Taucher.) They have been preaching and teaching throughout the U. S. and internationally. Radio and satellite stations all around the world broadcast their message in music. Their ministry and music CDs have ... Full Story

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