It was last summer and I was feeling disconnected from the church. It seems there were so many opportunities for everyone else to serve…mission trips, helping with KSA, various service projects that require a certain skill. I am a stay at home mom of 8 children. I was newly pregnant last summer, feeling awful, taking… Continue reading →
By Pastor Tim Burke Our small group spent a recent Saturday morning serving the Lazy Wheels mobile home community in Bothell. Twelve of us turned out to help the property manager, Nancy, with a pre-organized task list. We split into groups to rake and blow leaves, remove blackberry bushes, trim rose bushes, mow and weed… Continue reading →
by Laurie Cossette “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.” 2… Continue reading →
by Mike Olson Why would I do that? That was my initial response to being asked to step out of my well-crafted career comfort-zone, which I was greatly enjoying 12 years in. I was a teacher with a perfect schedule (happy students, happy parents, cool subjects), who never had to venture beyond the walls of… Continue reading →
Jamie shares her story of finding that God has taken hold of her to set her free in this testimony before baptism.
Carly Ernster shares how pivotal moments in her faith have brought her to the step of being baptized.
by Steve Houchin A church van pulls into a dimly lit parking lot under the freeway in downtown Seattle. The winter night is cold, and more than a hundred men stand huddled in line, waiting patiently to be served a hot meal. The van’s doors swing open, revealing stacks of warm clothing donated by the Northshore… Continue reading →
By Andrea Frankenfeld You may have seen Fran Uthmann knitting hats outside Juanita High School on Summer Sunday this year. She may have been your child’s teacher at Northshore. Or you may remember that she taught sewing classes to women and organized memorial service receptions. What you may not know is that she’s a “real… Continue reading →
The response of a person saved by God is naturally to turn around and show that same generous love to others—to lift high the name of God for all He has done for us because we believe God desires to do the same for those around us. At Northshore the reason we do so many… Continue reading →