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Past eNewsletter Feature Stories

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of July 12-July 18, 2020

Saved! This week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Rev. Raymond Hylton, FPCE Senior Pastor.Dear friends, Can whales say thanks? I am serious. This is not a trick question. Do whales express gratitude? Let me explain my reasons for asking. In the middle of December...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of July 5-July 11, 2020

The Crack in Our LibertyThis week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Rev. Raymond Hylton, FPCE Senior Pastor.Dear friends, Happy Independence Day! Two hundred and forty-four years ago this Saturday, July 4th, the newly formed United States of America declared to the...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of June 28-July 4, 2020

To Gather TogetherThis week’s eNewsletter feature story is written by Jim Teague, FPCE communications coordinator.Dear friends, In all of Scripture, one of the most meaningful images for me is where it says in Exodus, “Neither the pillar of cloud by day nor the pillar...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of June 21-27, 2020

Hecky Powell – Passing “The Sauce” This week’s eNewsletter feature story is a combined effort from FPCE's Rev. Raymond Hylton, Senior Pastor, and Rosemary Mauck, member and Elder.Dear friends, A few weeks ago, I read Steven Garber’s The Seamless Life, where he writes...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of June 14-20, 2020

Masks (and Hidden Treasure) This week’s eNewsletter feature story is written by Jim Teague, FPCE communications coordinator.Dear friends, I never gave masks much thought before these last few months. Well, that’s not entirely true. I was always completely baffled as a...