Howdy. My name is Charlie Sandberg and I am the Teaching Pastor at Faith Church in Fort Collins, CO.
This is my personal blog and it is focused on sharing words of encouragement from the Bible that inspire you to a life of love. My hope in sharing these words is that you are strengthened, and encouraged to hold onto Jesus. I think this is pretty important because we live in an unstable world that often leaves us anxious and overwhelmed. After all, life is fragile and fleeting. So we need hope that our momentary troubles will one day give way to a better day.
Jesus told us not to worry about our life and I don’t think he was kidding. I think he was serious. If we are going to live worry free, we need words from Jesus to quiet our fears and to settle our souls. This blog is all about consistently putting out words of life that encourage you to keep pressing on until you see Jesus.
I don’t know all that you face. I don’t know all that you need. But I know Jesus is alive. I know the Bible is certain. So I know there is hope for us today. I hope you enjoy my blog. If I can encourage you in any way, please let me know.
I grew up in Rochester, MN. I fell in love with my wife while I was in my freshmen year of college at the University of Minnesota, Morris. We got married shortly after graduation. Liz and I then went to Dallas, TX, where I studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. After seminary, Liz and I made our way to Fort Collins, CO and I started working as a Pastor at Faith Church. I love the work I do at Faith and I love the people I work with. Liz and I have two kids.
In my free time, I enjoy writing, reading, running and hiking.
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