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Jeremiah was born into a missionary family and grew up in several different places including: Taiwan, Missouri, Oregon, Oklahoma, and Alaska. Throughout his childhood he developed a love for people, fascination with God, and the joy of adventure, and the outdoors. Jeremiah went to Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Missouri where he committed his life to following Christ and married his beautiful bride Jamie. Just as life seemed to be on the cusp of dreams becoming reality Jeremiah faced the diagnosis of Diabetes. In the darkness of the unknown he learned dependence on God when the flesh fails. Jeremiah and Jamie served a year long internship in Taiwan with their newborn son Caleb in tow where they were involved in loving on the children in the Home of God's Love, teaching, and preaching. During this season God exposed pride and used it to lead Jeremiah through another season of brokenness and seeking. This experience pruned him of some selfishness and evoked a delight in God's mercy and compassion. Life became the fertile soil from which God's love for families and abused children led Jeremiah to be trained as a Marriage and Family Therapist at Abilene Christian University.

The Taylor family was blessed with the birth of their daughter Calissa in Abilene. Jeremiah moved to Searcy to serve with Capstone Treatment Center as a therapist, and found a spiritual home at Fellowship Bible Church. The Taylor family grew again when Kenna was born in Searcy. Through the following years Jeremiah experienced the power and glory of God in the midst of addictions and overindulgence. God also nurtured a shepherd's heart in Jeremiah as he helped serve, mentor, guide, and develop young men, families, and staff at Capstone. Jeremiah followed God's leading to serve at Fellowship Bible Church as the Community Growth Pastor. He has a hunger for God's truth and grace, and a passion to see people filled up with God and lives pouring out Christ's love.

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Everyday we are faced with myriads of decisions that can be based on one of two perspectives. Human understanding or divine wisdom. Solomon shares his wisdom with us concerning everyday life. How can the big decisions and small ones be shared by the wisdom of God?

The book of Judges may have been written some 3500 years ago but human nature still remains the same. The struggle of the people of God continues to be the struggle we face today. Is God worthy of our full trust? Will he remain faithful to us? How have the idols of our age tainted our faith? Judges is an honest look at a broken people and a faithful God. Join us as look into this powerful book and the implications it holds for us today.

It's a wonderful time of the year, full of expectation and hope. It can be a stressful, depressing time as well if we slip into the materialistic view of the season. In order to keep this from happening, we will be focusing each Sunday on the Advent scriptures for the day. Advent is Latin for "coming" as we celebrate the coming of our Savior into the world.

The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only son

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