Pathway Community Church
5225 Clinton Rd. 
Jackson, MI 49201
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June 21, 2017

The Pathway Youth department has at it.... again! Here are some shots from our recent event! 

 Like all youth events... it starts with an innocent group of leaders and youth! 

 But soon enough, as  it always happens... things take a turn for the... disgusting!...

June 21, 2017

My children have all become adults, but when the house was full of teenaged eating machines, we needed their help to keep the household clean and tidy. Often, we would say: “Please take out the trash,” or, “It’s time to wash dishes.” These statements are rather mild co...

May 31, 2017

Last Friday, someone sent me an evil text message. A photograph that led instantly to questionable thoughts on my part, it was… a box of donuts. But not just any donuts, they were from the local specialty shop and they had… chocolate frosting. The reason this photograp...

May 24, 2017

The children’s story, Stone Soup, is based on common folk tales from around the world. A group of weary travelers passes through a war-torn village on their way home. They have no food, and go around the village asking if anyone will provide them with a meal. Every doo...

May 19, 2017

I love it when the school year ends. It marks the transition from one set of routines to another, much more relaxed way of life. After school is over, I often take a minute to clean up the wreckage of the school year (and my office), and find a little time for family a...

May 17, 2017

I have nerves of steel. At least, that’s what I kept telling myself as I trained yet another new truck driver. This young man from Baltimore was driving me crazy with his personality quirks and constant rejection of my advice. I have nerves of steel and buckets of pati...

May 9, 2017

I could see the problem.

Bill was facing a mid-life career crisis. A giant of a man and a former US Marine, he had worked in a factory for years. With a downturn in the economy, the plant was closing, and he decided to become an over-the-road flatbed truck driver. At th...

May 3, 2017

I own a little farmhouse close to the town of Sunfield in rural Michigan. It’s a beautiful place, set on a hilltop and surrounded by great neighbors and farm fields. It’s also an old house, constructed around the turn of the century. No, not the recent turn of the cent...

April 24, 2017

I worked for several years as an over-the-road flatbed truck driver, delivering all kinds of construction materials, often to job sites around the country. One of my favorite loads was clay pipe, made in Ohio and delivered to a housing project outside Sioux City. The p...

April 17, 2017

Last week, I preached on Ephesians 2:1-10. It’s a powerful text and loaded with theologically charged words and ideas. I try to focus my message on the central idea of the passage by carefully considering the, well, um… grammar. I mostly forgot about grammar after the...

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