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How To Be A Terrible Manipulator

How to be a Terrible Manipulator Pastor Mike Fitzpatrick // Ginghamsburg Church Are you familiar with the game RISK? Risk is a board game about world domination. Players deploy armies, conquer territories, and eliminate opponents, all through challenging other players to battles with a series of dice rolls, to control the entire world. One way to win is by using skills of diplomacy—manipulating other players by forming alliances, then backstabbing them at the most strategic time. Sounds fun, right? Sadly, manipulation doesn’t only exist in the world of board games - many of us have experienced manipulation, and

March 8th, 2024|

Four Ways To Control Criticism

Four Ways to Control Criticism Dennis Miller, Senior Pastor | Ginghamsburg Church Growing up, I loved to play the game “Operation” by Milton Bradley. Do you remember playing this game? Surely countless medical careers have been launched because of it. The game featured Sam the patient, lying atop a red plastic "operating table" with 12 body cavities exposed. Players would perform highly skilled procedures with a pair of tweezers such as removing a “broken heart” or “butterflies in the stomach.” These surgeries required a steady hand! Players could not touch the metal lining of the cavity, or they

February 26th, 2024|

Three Ways to Nurture Your Child’s Self-Esteem

Three Ways to Nurture Your Child's Self-Esteem Dennis Miller | Ginghamsburg Church Senior Pastor I just hung up the phone from talking to my 92-year-old father, Bill Miller. He is in speech therapy and struggling to express himself. His speech is slow and he tires quickly. Yet, the entire conversation he continued to build up my self-esteem with words of affirmation, grace and love. This is what he does in nearly every conversation I have with him. He intentionally makes me feel like the greatest son in the world. In the Bible, the book

January 26th, 2024|

Committed to Racial Diversity in 2024

Committed To Racial Diversity in 2024 Dr. Dennis W. Miller, Senior Pastor, Ginghamsburg Church What makes Ginghamsburg Church so special and unique as we enter 2024? Why raise your kids here? One reason is we are committed to racial diversity within our congregation. As senior pastor, this is my growing edge. Where I lack understanding, God is stretching me, growing me and extending grace. I am not interested in excuses, guilt trips or commiserating with others. I am working closely with our lead staff team and we are focused on intentionally living into Biblical community. This vision

January 9th, 2024|

“Hope Is Here” An Original Ginghamsburg Christmas Single Filled With Inspiration

A Christmas Single Filled With Inspiration As the joyous season of Christmas approaches, Ginghamsburg is thrilled to announce the release of our first and highly anticipated national single, "Hope is Here." This composition promises to fill your heart with hope and inspire you to embrace the presence of Christ in every season of life. With its blend of soothing strings and vibrant pianos, this melodic masterpiece is set to ignite a sense of optimism that transcends boundaries. From the moment the first note resonates, "Hope is Here" takes listeners on a captivating musical

November 1st, 2023|
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