What Makes Our Community Great!

We have a lot to be proud of in our community and our heritage is rich. Let me just tell you one piece of our history. Mercer County is named after Hugh Mercer, a General in the Continental Army. General Mercer was stabbed during a battle for Princeton. He refused to abandon his troops. General Mercer leaned against and propped himself up with a giant oak of Mercer County as crutch and support chair.

The Mercer Oak became the emblem of courage and determination and the very symbol emblazoned upon the seal of Mercer County. Mercer County’s history can be traced to one man who refused to abandon those in peril.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

A different kind of danger to our community now concerns me. Families are under tremendous pressure today. The work needed to protect a marriage and raise a family is immense with pitfalls at every turn. I have committed my life to strengthening families, identifying and nurturing the necessary ingredients that will make a family strong.

Some people mistakenly believe that if they can help the individuals in the family be successful, then they’ll have a successful family. Dad and Mom might be doing well in their businesses, kids may excel at music and sports, grades might be good, and finances managed. But if the family as a unit isn’t nurtured, then those successful people tend to drift apart. Relationships become tense and closeness becomes illusive. In fact, many people believe that to be normal and expected.

I’m convinced that a family can grow closer and be successful today. Blended families, single parent families, and adoptive and foster families all need the same ingredients to contribute to their success. At Calvary Chapel Living Hope we are committed to strengthening families.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

The family is the backbone of a community and it’s what makes our community great! I encourage you to stop by on a Sunday morning and check us out. We meet at the Pond Road Middle School at 10:00 am. Or, if you’d like, shoot me an email and let’s talk seroquel dosage.

Let’s Get Coffee!

Scott

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