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Summer Blast

July 15, 1- 8pm

The highlight of the summer is here, and there is no way can we let summer slip by without a party! (more…)

Direct from David: A little country wisdom

I am a little country. I like country music (which is really three chords and the truth!) and wearing Wrangler jeans. I like the south and have a slight accent. I am a tad folksy and have even been known to ride a horse (not just the one at Walmart.) (more…)

Direct from David: Summer, Solve 7, Staff, and Supreme Court…

Things are heating up outside (it’s hot out there!), but also heating up with major activity as a church as we move into summer.
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Meet UP Volunteers

July 17-19, 10am-2pm

It takes lots of volunteers to make Meet UP, Eat UP, Read UP successful for our kids. (more…)

Handy Hands

June 18 & 20

Handy Hands has moved to Mondays and Wednesdays. Join us and be the hands of Harbortown KIDS by joining us to prepare needed supplies for weekend programming and special events. (more…)

Harbortown KIDS 411

May 27

Here is a quick snapshot of what your kids learned this weekend: how once we experience salvation, we don’t cruise through the Christian life. We love others like Jesus and share the good news of the gospel. (more…)

College-Age Kreimer Nights

Third Monday, 6:30-8pm

If you are an 18-24 year old “college-age” student, come join us at Kreimer’s Bier Haus, 6052 State Route 128 in Cleves. (more…)

Direct from David: What is the ‘Good Sam’ pledge?

Maybe you’ve heard the story of two workhorses who were competing against each other in order to see which one could pull the most weight. The first horse pulled 9,000 pounds, and the second one pulled 8,000 pounds. Someone thought it would be interesting to see how much they could pull together. You would think that they would pull about the total of their individual weight pulling, about 17,000 pounds. But – they pulled a total of 30,000 pounds together!  (more…)

Direct from David: 🐜 in my 👖?

I was backstage in our Green Room before service last Sunday and saw a small pile of dirt/dust along one of our outside walls. Worried it might be termites or something, I sought the input of our wise Facilities Director, Pat MacDonald. He looked it over and responded with the word – ANTS.
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Direct from David: 7 Things on my mind…

Hope you are enjoying this fantastic week leading up to Mother’s Day. Summer weather has finally arrived. Yea God!  (more…)

Picnic in the Parking Lot

Wednesdays (June 6-August 8), 11:30am-1pm

Meals are served FREE to kids and students, under the age of 18. (more…)

Flag Football & Cheer

June 23-August 18

Kids in grades K-5, come out this summer and participate in Flag Football & Cheer. (more…)

Direct from David: A unique way to feed on the Word

It is reported that Negus Menelik, ruler of Ethiopia from 1844-1913, believed the printed Bible had such special power that each day he ate two pages!
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Prep Party

June 25, 9:30-11:30am

Come join the Prep Party Team to help get Harbortown classrooms ready for the upcoming month. No special skills are required; there are jobs for everyone! (more…)

Direct from David: How’s that praying thing going?

On Sunday, we talked about how important it is to Pray Like Jesus and are now on a renewed quest to pray more. (more…)

Direct from David: A slightly selfish Direct this week?

My heart (as well as those of other pastors) has been heavy over the last few weeks as the evangelical world has been rocked by accusations directed at a high-profile pastor named Bill Hybels.  (more…)

20 Scripture-Based Prayers to Pray for your Pastor

By Terry Teykl (more…)

Direct from David: Anybody reading this feeling lonely?

We are so blessed to have a team of communicators here at Whitewater who passionately and creatively share God’s Word.  (more…)

CIY Move

Sunday, June 17-Thursday, June 21

High school students, sign-up for this awesome 5-day event on the beautiful Cedarville University campus. Have fun and learn about a relationship with Christ. (more…)

Direct from David: It was indeed for everyone.

Easter was indeed for EVERYONE.
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