Whatever happened to the Christmas season’s “Silent Night” replete with quiet carolers strolling the neighborhood with candles? The quiet calm has been replaced with crazy mall crowds, cash registers and credit cards. It’s been lost in the rush of hurried and harried people prepping for Christmas concerts, Christmas parties, and Christmas house guests. We’ve come ...more
Julia Gonzalez with the donations she collected for her ninth birthday last year.Julia Gonzalez, a 10-year-old Woodinville resident and a student at Bear Creek Elementary, celebrated her 10th birthday last week with a food and toy drive rather than receiving presents herself.
Her goal this year is to donate 200 pounds of food and 50 toys. ...more
This years Toy Shop will provide 2500 gifts for over 300 families in our community. To keep everything organized it takes a lot of love. These ladies spent a couple hours early this week sorting toys and getting them ready for the big day December 13th. Thank you for ...more
This Christmas season we have a special treat for your enjoyment! The Minshulls have graciously recorded how God has been moving in and through the Northshore Family since its inception. So grab a mug of tea or coffee and read part of our Church Family history.
EARLY HISTORY OF MISSIONS AT NORTHSHORE (Baptist) COMMUNITY CHURCH
For many of us, when we hear Christian leaders talk about financial giving, our minds go to an image like this—Jonas Nightengale, played by Steve Martin in the 1992 movie Leap of Faith. Martin’s character was a fraudulent faith healer who used his revival meetings to bilk people out of their money. Unfortunately, the caricature is ...more
“It is more blessed to give than to receive.” If you asked most people, they would agree with this statement—in principle more than in lifestyle. But there are a lot of questions when it comes to giving and generosity. Who are we giving to? How much should we give? What are we giving for? This ...more