Getting to know Dawn Maguire

July 26, 2021
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Dawn first came to Covenant Fellowship in 2007, and since then she’s become an administrative powerhouse in the church office who helps to keep the whole church and all its events running smoothly. She lives in West Chester, where she attends the Fuselli/Mahalik community group. Read on to get to know her better!

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In his Time: A Testimony of God’s Faithfulness

July 19, 2021
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Seven years ago, my husband, David, died from cancer at the age of 44. At the time, we were living in the first home we bought together, which we had also built. By God’s grace, the kids and I were able to continue living in that home for years after David’s death. Not every widow can say the same. I am thankful for the time God gave us there. However, God brought me to a…

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Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy

July 12, 2021
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If one lives long enough in this broken world, one is inevitably confronted by pain or injustice. How then should a believer respond? In his book Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy: Discovering the Grace of Lament, MarkVroegop shows us the importance, the process, and the blessing of biblical lament in a believer’s life. Throughout the book he turns to scripture for guidance, focusing particularly on the book of Lamentations and David’s example in the Psalms. Dark…

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Chatting with Kellie Joseph

July 5, 2021
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Kellie has been at Covenant Fellowship for about four years, and she serves in prison ministry and youth ministry, as well as the greeting team. You may know her from being welcomed to the church building with her bright smile on a Sunday morning! She’s also full of great stories, as you’ll read below.

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Why I Read the Bible Every Day

June 28, 2021
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My son Adam’s job involves calibrating pharmaceutical instruments. He does all kinds of procedures I don’t understand to all kinds of machines I don’t understand so the gauges read accurately. So the medications we take are produced correctly. So we don’t die.

I can’t imagine why the gauges need all that attention. I mean, once you set them to the standard, shouldn’t they stay put? 

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