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God Wants to Protect Us

by Narcie Jeter

Evy had a rough first day at school.  She only had one boy in her class from last year and for now (thankfully!) she doesn’t particularly care for boys!  Enoch , on the other hand, had 7 students from his old class.  I’m sure we’ll get a note soon about Enoch talking in class because […]

Choose Joy

by Narcie Jeter

I shared this reflection at Somerby yesterday.  When we’re on the way back to school, when life gives us lemons and we have to make lemonade, when we have the choice whether to choose to make a bad situation worse or choose forgiveness, grace and joy, these words, that are contained in scriptures and songs […]

We’re a People of HOPE

by Narcie Jeter

2 Corinthians 4:16-18 says this, “So we do not lose heart. Even though our outer nature is wasting away, our inner nature is being renewed day by day. For this slight momentary affliction is preparing us for an eternal weight of glory beyond all measure, because we look not at what can be seen but at what […]

The Harvest is Plentiful

by Narcie Jeter

We have over 50 kids signed up for VBS July 10th-14th. “The Mighty” Cub Scout Troop 505 started meeting here in April. We did our first outreach event with the soccer families that use our back field. We’re starting a partnership with a yoga teacher. We made cookies for the neighborhood schools and the Sunshine […]

Reaching our Neighbors

by Narcie Jeter

We are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. – Ephesians 2:10 (NIV) I still get the North Central District’s emails, which was my old district when I was serving in Florida and the Florida Conference is doing this thing called Fresh Expressions. […]


by Narcie Jeter

I do a worship service/devotion at Somerby once a month and we talked about mothers yesterday. I chose the below scriptures because they are mother figures of God and Jesus. When I was writing my ordination papers I hadn’t included these female images of God and the reader wrote in the margins to include them, […]


by Narcie Jeter

I am at a training for Study Leaders for the UMW’s MissionU with my Dad. We’re co-study leaders at the MissionU conference July 27-29 on Living as a Covenant Community at Spartanburg Methodist College. I saw Realm in action as Dad got a call from a police officer on Wednesday night that a young person […]

Holy Week 2017 at Point Hope UMC

by trio_admin

Friends and families of all ages are welcome to join us as we celebrate Holy Week. Below is our list of services. We hope to see you there! Sunday, April 9        10:30 a.m. – Palm Sunday Service with the children of Point Hope lying of the palm leaves at the alter. Thursday, April 13 […]

Do Good.

by Narcie Jeter

We continue this week in our series on the “3 Simple Rules” or the General Rules of the Methodist movement. Last week, we looked at Rule #1, which is “Do No Harm,” and we also started to recognize one of the most unique things about these rules. They assume that, as disciples of Jesus, we […]