Throw Back

It’s also a reminder to how much God has moved in all of our lives…and continues to do so.

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Those are Needs Too

Then, the phone rang.  Indeed they had found something.

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It Started Long Ago

In my community we just got terrible financial news about the district

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Open Letter to Kennywood

You never know if an angel is line, waiting to go on your ride…

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“Be kind.  Everyone you meet today is battling something.”

Throw Back

Social media likes to ensure “clicks” by encouraging people to repost updates or pictures from years gone by.  I will be doing the same from time to time, more often than not on “Throwback Thursdays” though I’m not against “Fallback...

Faith Community Church

Jay Mitlo is the youngest son of Thomas and Betty Ann Mitlo. Jay is a 1989 graduate of Penn Hills High School in Pittsburgh, PA and 1993 graduate of Indiana University in Bloomington Indiana. He has over 20 years of ministry experience and education. He has been on staff as the Metro Director for YoungLife in Pittsburgh (teen outreach ministry), Executive Pastor of Rolling Hills Church, and now is the Pastor at Faith Community Church in Penn Hills. Jay spent some time training with the Center for Relational Care out of Austin Texas. It was there were he learned about Emotional/Relational needs, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and most of all…comfort. This revolutionized his ministry, teaching, and life… Read More

All About Trey

A Monday List

 I wanted to make a post entirely about how our society seems to really take celebrity deaths hard. I, obviously, decided against it as I wasn’t sure of my theories as to why and doubting my observance of them being taken “so seriously.” One of my... read more

This AND That

 So for the first time ever (I believe) my latest post resulted in zero comments.  None on the website, none on social media, zip, nada, ninguno, nadia.  For a moment I thought that it was just a crapper of a post but then I realized something.  I kind of really... read more
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