Dedicated to God: An Invitation for Every Family

Posted by Steve Finkill on

I grew up within about an hour of Washington, D.C. Because of that, I went on lots of field trips and family excursions to the amazing museums and historic landmarks in D.C. As I got older, I started to notice that there were plaques on some of the monuments that went something like this (this...

#foraurora

Posted by Kendal Hommes on

What do we want to be known for in our city and community? This is something we’ve been thinking a lot about. We are excited to tell you about something that is coming up, something that is going to be awesome for Eastern Hills and for our community. It’s called #foraurora and...

When the Switch Flips

Posted by Phil EuBank on

I’m a slow learner...really. I always have been. My peers in school would grab a new concept quickly and it seemed like their ability to excel in school was second nature to them, while I was overwhelmed and confused. I spent hours getting C’s and they would spend a few minutes and...

New Family Pastor

Posted by Steve Finkill on

We’re happy to announce that Rudy Tamez has accepted the position of Family Pastor ... and he will start in that role as of Sunday, April 8. WooHoo! We have gotten to know Rudy over the past 6 weeks or so (he has visited Eastern Hills twice) and we’re really looking forward to...

That Awkward Preteen

Posted by Johnny Kluever on

preteen (adjective); relating to a child just under the age of thirteen. Preteens can be awkward at times. I am confident that most kids who fall into the preteen age category would confirm that for you. Even the definition seems a little indirect on how to define them. It can be difficult...

Who are you Inviting?

Posted by Phil EuBank on

During the last few weeks we have been in a series that focuses on how we relate to God and grow in the valleys of our lives. As a part of this series we have introduced a new song called, “Reckless Love.” Several of the lines of this song echo a passage from Jesus in Luke 15 where...

Sore Loser

Posted by Phil Bettison on

Are you a sore loser? I taught middle school drama. To clarify, it was the stage kind of drama. The students needed no help creating their own drama. Middle school theatre. Fun, right? Oh yeah! I had a blast. I only taught for one year, so I have quite a bit of experience. (that’s a...

What's on Your Wishlist?

Posted by Matt Feria on

I know that I am not the only one who rushes to make a list of everything that I want for Christmas as soon as December hits. Or November… okay, October. It’s finally the time of year when I can ask all of my loved ones for the things I want without it being weird, and I do not plan...

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