Posts by Erin Wallace

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A City on a Hill

by Erin Wallace

Yesterday evening, while the Youth met with Anita Hostetler and Abby Talbott, Tim and I joined Ryan Hostetler, Sue Lee, and Caleb and Brittney Planck and many members of The Rock church for a time of worship and intercessory prayer for our city, state and nation on the Union County courthouse steps.  It was a […]

A Challenge Re-Issued

by Erin Wallace

COVID-19 isn’t going away any time soon.  Perhaps you’ve heard rumors that restrictions will get tighter and seen states like California shutting down once again and have become discouraged.  Or the new mask restrictions rub you the wrong way.  Perhaps you’re simply reeling at the state of our country or political atmosphere (or the state […]

What If I Don’t Want to Forgive?

by Erin Wallace

Are any of you having trouble forgiving the person that came to mind during Pastor Conrad’s sermon last Sunday?  I want you to know that you are not alone.  Forgiveness isn’t easy and like some of you, I’m struggling to forgive the person that came to my mind.  Cognitively, I understand why I need to […]

Where Is Your Marriage Going?

by Erin Wallace

We have opened our blog to our Vineyard key leaders to give them an opportunity to share what God has placed on their hearts. This week, Deral Carson, who co-leads the Marriage Ministry with his wife Leslee, asks us, ‘Where is your marriage going?’ We all know God has a plan for the “individual”, but […]

Introducing Charles Parker Fosnaugh

by Erin Wallace

Anne and Adam Fosnaugh welcomed Parker into the world on June 17, 2020.  He weighed 6 # 6 oz and was 19.75 inches long.  Anne says that he just had his first check-up and he’s doing great! IN PERSON SERVICES AND LIVE STREAM Worship Services – 9:00 AM and 10:45 AM We now have in-person […]

I Am a Stubborn Person

by Erin Wallace

I’m going to tell you a little bit about myself that I don’t like to admit.  I am a very, very stubborn person.  I really don’t like to admit that I am wrong. I’ve gotten a lot better at admitting it over the years; when I first met Tim, I just couldn’t get the words, […]

An Angry Nation

by Erin Wallace

Americans are angry.  I probably don’t need to tell you that, because anger is everywhere these days.  From angry Facebook posts and comments to irate news reporters, it’s almost impossible to get through the day without encountering anger in some form.  Results of a study done in by Gallup in 2018 showed that 1 in […]

Heavy Heart

by Erin Wallace

My heart is heavy.  In the past week, I’ve seen things on the news that I never thought I’d see in my lifetime.  I’ve seen innocent people hurt, tear gassed, and killed.  I’ve seen riots, violent clashes, and people in agony, both physical and psychological.  Our nation is fractured along racial and political lines.  People […]

A Dark Week

by Erin Wallace

I’m going to be honest with you.  I have had a very dark week.  Each day has been a struggle emotionally and physically.  One minute, I’m feeling okay, the next I’m bored to the very depths of my soul, and then the next my depression has crept in and my mind becomes slow and foggy […]