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My Favorite Service

Posted by Cynthia Cullen on 12/23/14 @ 3:37 PM

Creating worship experience every six days at HHICC is such a privilege. But designing the Christmas Eve services is my favorite worship experience every year.

Please join us Wednesday, December 24 at 3:00p, 4:30p, & 6:00p. It's an hour experience that even my 7 year old will enjoy! (childcare is provided for ages 0-5)

Let's celebrate together with song, candles, and in community together...see you there.

Joy in Stress...can it be?

Posted by Todd Cullen on 11/21/14 @ 11:24 AM

Have you ever had anyone tell you that their life is stress free?

Did you believe them? What in the world did they do to avoid stress? Do they even have a life?

If we are really honest we must admit that if we have breath to live, at some level we have stress. But some people handle stress really well. I’ve often wondered why some people handle stress well and other explode! I’m sure that there are many reasons but I believe that a major factor in handling stress well, at least for the Christ-follower, is spiritual in nature.

This Sunday, as we close our current series, It’s All Good, we’ll consider what we can do to experience joy even when we are stressed. Yes, I just suggested that joy and stress CAN co-exist. I believe Paul suggests the same thing in his letter called Philippians.

Please don’t miss this last installment of It’s All Good on Sunday at 9:30 or 11:00. Read Philippians 4 before you come. Get introspective and consider how you handle stress in your own life. Let me and the other readers of this blog know how you respond to stress, some of your coping mechanisms and an example of a time you responded well to a stressful situation.

I’ll see you on Sunday!

Pastor Todd

Joy in Success - What Do YOU Think?

Posted by Todd Cullen on 11/14/14 @ 9:25 AM

Many people take pleasure in the work they do and the accomplishments they achieve in life.

Admittedly, I am one of those people. You don’t have to be a type “A” personality, or extremely goal-driven, or an overly ambitious person to delight in accolades, accomplishment and success in life. However, I wonder how thin the line is between enjoying those things and striving to find lasting joy in those things.

What do YOU think? Is it important for us to receive joy from accomplishments (career, educational, spiritual, etc.) in life? How much should that shape the people we are? Have you ever had a time in your life where your success defined you? I’d love to hear what you think and just like last week feel free to comment below and get the discussion going.

Also, I want to challenge you to read Philippians 3 and don't miss Part 3 of It's All Good this Sunday at 9:30 or 11:00! I'll see you there! 

Pastor Todd

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