A Great Gift

It’s Christmas.  What are you getting your loved ones?  How much are you spending?  What is the gift you are most excited to give?  What gift are you sure is going to get the reaction you are looking for?  Have you even started shopping?  Are you already done?  It’s all about the gifts.

Challenging Myself

 I didn’t try for years due to the Trey days, my shoulders, and money.  All three of those things are no longer an issue to differing extents.  So what holds me back?

Memories of Leaves and Good Times

My heart aches for a moment, missing those days.

From Tragedy to Triumph

It’s happened to you….most likely.  You ended up on the wrong side of a terrible situation.  This can take place in many ways but I’d like to focus on one in specific today.  Betrayal.

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

Challenging Myself

I learned how to golf when I was 12.  I started playing volleyball at the age of 14.  I didn't learn how to play tennis until high school.  Those are the last things (activities) that I have learned how to do.  Nothing new or challenging since then.  That is, until...

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

Challenging Myself

I learned how to golf when I was 12.  I started playing volleyball at the age of 14.  I didn't learn how to play tennis until high school.  Those are the last things (activities) that I have learned how to do.  Nothing new or challenging since then.  That is, until...

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