Dozens of church members, including Cora VanderWeerdt, age 5, inscribed scripture verses or other well wishes recently on the walls of their soon to be finished sanctuary at Peace Presbyterian Church, 12705 S.R. 64 E. “It is a very special experience to do this; an indescribable feeling of communicating with God that is not speaking,” explained Pastor Elizabeth Deibert. “Even though these walls will be covered over in a few days with dry wall, we and God will know what is written on these walls.”
Dozens of church members, including Cora VanderWeerdt, age 5, inscribed scripture verses or other well wishes recently on the walls of their soon to be finished sanctuary at Peace Presbyterian Church, 12705 S.R. 64 E. “It is a very special experience to do this; an indescribable feeling of communicating with God that is not speaking,” explained Pastor Elizabeth Deibert. “Even though these walls will be covered over in a few days with dry wall, we and God will know what is written on these walls.” Provided photo
Dozens of church members, including Cora VanderWeerdt, age 5, inscribed scripture verses or other well wishes recently on the walls of their soon to be finished sanctuary at Peace Presbyterian Church, 12705 S.R. 64 E. “It is a very special experience to do this; an indescribable feeling of communicating with God that is not speaking,” explained Pastor Elizabeth Deibert. “Even though these walls will be covered over in a few days with dry wall, we and God will know what is written on these walls.” Provided photo

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