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Past eNewsletter Feature Stories

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of September 27 -October 3, 2020

Political Idolatry?This week’s eNewsletter feature story is written by Rev. Raymond Hylton, FPCE senior pastorDear friends, Many of you know that I am not American by birth. I came to America back in 1981 from the grand Island of Jamaica. At that time, President...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of September 20 -September 26, 2020

How Beautiful are the FeatsThis week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Dave Jones, FPCE Deacon.Dear friends, “As it is written, ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news.’” (Romans 10:15) Thanks to COVID, my family had a family car wash a couple...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of September 13 -September 19, 2020

More Than The Score This week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Jim Teague, FPCE Communications Coordinator. Dear friends, My fantasy football draft was Tuesday night. If you are not a sports fan and don’t know what fantasy football is (and you are worried I’m...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of September 6 -September 12, 2020

Labor of Peace This week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Julie Ruchniewicz, FPCE Parish Nurse.Dear friends, Labor Day was created to celebrate the workingmen and workingwomen of our country. It has traditionally been a day for rest and relaxation. It also marked...

eNewsletter Feature Story – Week of August 30-September 5, 2020

Unbeknownst Blessings: Thanks to Don WilkinsThis week’s eNewsletter feature was written by Jim Teague, FPCE Communications Coordinator.Dear friends, As we give our lives over to Jesus Christ, we often find that he directs us to a place and time without our knowing...