Welcome to Reeseville


Last updated November 2, 2017  


Welcome to Reeseville




The Village of Reeseville Board Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month beginning at 7:00pm.  The first 15 minutes are for public in-put. 
If you have something you would like on the agenda, please contact the Village Clerk @
(608) 575-3097
All Village residents are encouraged to attend. 
The Village Board minutes for the month are included in each Newsletter.  All Board minutes are not official until approved at the following months meeting.




Large trash may be put out to the curb for regular pickup ONLY on the 1st Friday of each month.  Regular Trash pickup is on Friday or on Saturday following a Holiday.

Brush pickup will be until November 6th.  Leaves will be picked up when piled on the tree borders now until Thursday, November 16th.





To put an ad in the newsletter, Contact me at 920-927-5477 or email at nziegel@charter.net.  Minimum of 3 lines for $5.00.  The cost goes up accordingly as you add additional lines.  Please pay for your ads promptly. If you are unable to email, put an extra news or want ads in the mailbox by my back door.  If you want, put the flag up so I know it’s there.  All ads and articles are at the discretion f the editor and do not necessarily express the views of the Village or the Editor. Thank You




When calling the police department's non-emergency phone, please leave a detailed voicemail.

Leave your name, a callback number and the address/location of the complaint.

If a detailed message is not left, the issue may not get resolved. 






                                                         is hosting the 11th Annual Barbara Ludtke Memorial

                                                          REPEAT THE SOUNDING JOY

An Evening of Beautiful Christmas Music  and Joyful Holiday Fellowship


Saturday, December 3 at 7:00 p.m.


106 Washington Street, Reeseville


     You are invited to join us for an evening of glorious music.  We will sing all of the beloved Christmas hymns as led by Larry Ludtke on our magnificent century old pipe organ.  There will also be performances by other special guests.  This is a wonderful way to usher in the season, hear the story of Christ’s birth, and enjoy warm Christian fellowship.


 A holiday reception will be hosted in Fellowship Hall following the program. Everyone is welcome to join us for a joy-filled evening of beautiful Christmas music.



October Chief’s Corner

Well the weather seems to finally have changed and we seem to have our typical fall weather finally here. With that comes the colors changing and leaves falling. Just a reminder to village residents you cannot burn leaves within the village. For all of the township residents please be very careful if you are trying to burn they leaves blow around very easily, and in the fall wind can gust, speed up, or change directions very rapidly Remember to get your burning permits if you plan to dispose of your leaves in this manner and also call it in to the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department dispatch center at 920-386-3726.


The Reeseville Fire Department would like to thank everyone for their donations to the RFD Pancake Breakfast and for attending. Special thanks to the Quad County Runners ATV Club for making the pancake breakfast a stop on the George Miescher Memorial poker run also held that day.


Help us spread the word!!! Sunday November 12th RFD will be having BINGO at the Reeseville Community Center again. We thank everyone that attended the first one. Things went very well and we received a lot of positive comments how much fun attendees had. Prices for BINGO will by listed at the door. Doors will open at 4:00pm to allow more time for everyone to get a snack and get situated before the fun begins. BINGO will start at 5:30pm. Come on down and try your luck at some BINGO, or even just try it out for the first time. There will be food and refreshments served by the Reeseville Community Center, prices will be posted at the Community Center. Bring your wife down, let her play some BINGO while you, relax, watch some Sunday night football, and enjoy some social time and drinks at the bar with friends and neighbors of the community. We have put a lot of time, and efforts into making this community event happen; we hope to see you there. We will be hosting BINGO once a month, the dates are set as; Sunday, December 10th2017, January 14th, February 11th, March 11th, and April 8th, 2018 same time same place.


November is very important month deer hunting!! No we will get to that later. November 5th daylight savings time ends and we get to set our clocks back one hour to get that extra hour of sleep but more importantly it’s time to change those smoke detector and carbon dioxide (CO2) alarm batteries. Please don’t put this off or use the common excuses I’ll do it later tomorrow or next year I don’t have batteries, it’s too cold or too much work to get the ladder out. Just help us help you by being safe and be alerted before it’s too late.


November is also the big month for deer hunting. When it comes to firearms the Wisconsin DNR has put together four basic rules of firearm safety. 1 is treating every firearm as if it is loaded, 2 is always point the muzzle/barrel in a safe direction, 3 is always be certain of your target and what is beyond it, and  4 is keep your finger outside of the trigger guard until you’re ready to shoot. Tree or ladder stands also have a great deal of dangers surrounding them. Surveys tell us that one-quarter of our bow/gun hunters have experienced a fall or near fall from an elevated stand in the past. Less than half of Wisconsin deer hunters use a safety harness every time they climb. Published research indicates that risky climbing behavior can catch up with you the longer you hunt. Wood can rot, tree steps snap, railings fail, and climbers slip. None of hunters that wound up in trauma center in our study considered these possibilities when they began their climbs. The DNR also has a list of safety rules that should be followed to ensure a safe and successful hunt.

 •Always wear a full-body harness also known as a fall-arrest system. Connect to your tether line and keep your tether line short. The tether is designed to keep you in the seat, not to catch you after you fall.

•Always have three points of contact while climbing into and out of the tree stand: This means two hands and one foot or two feet and one hand at all times.

•Always use a haul line to raise and lower your unloaded firearm or bow into and out of the stand. You can also use the haul for other things like a heavy backpack.

•Use a lifeline when climbing up and down, this keeps you connected from the time you leave the ground to the time you get back down.

 •Be aware of suspension trauma: Suspension trauma can happen in less than 20 minutes and can be fatal. Attaching an additional foot strap to the body harness will take pressure off your upper legs should you fall.

•Select a tree that is substantial enough to support your weight.

•Read, understand and follow all of the manufacturer's recommended procedures.

•Do not alter your equipment.

•Use a short tether between you and the tree when seated in the tree stand.

•Let people know where you'll be hunting, where you'll be parking your vehicle and when you intend to return.

•Carry a cell phone with you so you can call for help if you are injured after a fall.


November 23, 2017 Happy Thanksgiving from the Reeseville Fire Department


Remember when we were younger? Everyone played the role as a child or wanted to grow up to be a superhero, a police officer, a doctor, a nurse, or a FIREFIGHTER!! Now is your chance to be that real-life superhero to the children in our community. Maybe you think you don't have time? Maybe you have some fears that you are fighting? Maybe you think it’s not your job? Maybe you think you can't do it?  These are excuses, and nothing more than that. Volunteer departments like ours, and throughout the state of Wisconsin are in need of people. We will give you the training you need to overcome these obstacles. We are being faced with less and less people willing to volunteer, and with no volunteers what happens the day no one answers the call? I never want to see that happen. We here at the RFD have very busy schedules with work and family just like every one of the citizens we serve. We do the best job we are capable of to try and keep this community safe, and have adequate fire/rescue coverage, we need your help. If you are, or have considered serving your community what better way.  If you are a motivated, dedicated, always willing to learn, not afraid of hard work, we have a job for you! If you have any of these qualities we are pleased to announce we are accepting applications at this time. Our Fire Department is our family, and we have a very good group of dedicated and highly motivated members, we could really use YOUR help. Even if you don’t like car accidents or going into fire or you are afraid of heights, we have a job for you also. There are many tasks that it takes to keep a volunteer fire department successful and we would love to have you.


For an application, any questions or to see what goes on stop at our station on the first third or fourth Monday around 6:30.

Call/Text 920 210-2510 Email reesfd@netwurx.net
Find us on Facebook at Reeseville Fire Department


Calls for the month of October

10-7 Tornado Watch (RFD)

10-12 Vehicle Accident with injuries (Automatic Aid to Clyman FD)

10-22 Vehicle Accident with injury (Automatic Aid to Clyman FD)

10-25 Vehicle Accident with injuries (RFD)



An excited man calls the fire department and says, "Help me, my house is on fire!!"

The fireman says, "Where do you live?"

The man replies, "I am too excited, I can't tell you the exact address."

 The fireman asks, "How do you expect us to get there?"

The man replies, "What do you mean 'how'? The big red truck."


            PRIZE                                                             WINNER

  1. $500.00                                                           SCOTT LENIUS
  2. TREK BIKE                                                        DENNIS BALL
  3. HALF A HOG                                                    DARRELL RITTER
  4. HALF OF HOG                                                  BRE LARSON
  5. $100.00                                                           TOM HOLZHUETER
  6. $75.00                                                             JEAN SWIERZYNSI
  7. $50.00                                                             BEN ZECHZER
  8. $25.00                                                             JOHN McKee
  9. $25.00                                                             RYAN ROCOLE
  10. $25.00                                                             DEB MILLER
  11. $25.00                                                             SEAN KOK
  12. $25.00                                                             SHARON SNOW

                                       FIRE DEPARTMENT PANCAKE BREAKFAST RAFFLE WINNERS


             DONOR                                                       ITEM                                    WINNER                  


  1. STATE BANK OF REESEVILLE                           BAG                                         KEN MAY
  2. SAM’S BP                                                             SODA                                       PHYLLIS VEHLOW
  3. STATE BANK OF REESEVILLE                           SHIRT & CAP                            MARGARET SCHMIDT
  4. DEAN & NOREANE ZIEGEL                              PACKER PAINTING                   ANDY GAY
  5. C.J. HAASE                                                           DOG FOOD                              DEAN ZIEGEL
  6. MARY LOU KOHN                                             AFGHAN                                  NANCY CALKINS
  7. A-OK INDUSTRIES                                            GAS CARD                               BRUCE ZIELKE
  8. DARLENE MAY                                                 TABLE RUNNER                       FRED YERGES
  9. MIDWEST GENERAL                                     CAP & GIFT CERTIFICATE        JOAN BEAL
  10. BAEHMENS                                                           CAP                                          KEN MAY
  11. BARBER SHOP PLUS                                        GIFT CERTIFICATE                   DEB GAY
  12. A-OK INDUSTRIES                                            GAS CARD                               DEB GAY
  13. JUST 1 MORE                                                  2 FISH & DRINK & CAP            JOAN BEAL
  14. MIERCER T’S                                                   CAPTAIN MORGAN                 BRUCE ZIELKE
  15. JUST 1 MORE                                                    PIZZA & BEER                          PHYLLIS VEHLOW
  16. DAVE & PAM DAVISON                                   FLAG                                        DEB GAY
  17. DAVE & RUTH SNOW                                   CHAIR & UMBRELLA               FRED YERGES


The Reeseville Fire Dept. wishes to thank everyone who supported our Annual Pancake Breakfast.

We would also like to thank the people or business for their continued support and donation for our raffles:




Thank You to all who came to support our We Back The Badge Fish Fry Oct. 27th.

Leroy Meats served up a delicious Buffet.

Many people turned in their old prescriptions to be discarded.

The Explorers sold quite a few lawn signs to raise money. Plus, between the Bake Sale and 50/50 Raffle the RCC Board was able to present the Explorers with an extra $200.00.




        NEXT FISH FRY:


           Friday Night Fish Fry Buffet       
Reeseville Community Center
               (406 North Main Street               

January 12, 2018


                Co-Partner: LAKESIDE 4-H CLUB


              Adults: $14.00 Children: 6-12 $10.00
Age 5 and Under FREE


Catered by: Leroy Meats/Horicon


Cod (baked & deep fried) Baked Chicken, Coleslaw, Rye Bread, Vegetable, Potato Salad, FF, Mashed Potato/Gravy, includes milk & Coffee...
*Carry Outs Available*


Bake Sale and Raffles


Immanuel Lutheran Church, 210 Lincoln Avenue in Reeseville, will be having their 20TH Annual Christmas Cookie Sale on Saturday, December 9th in the church’s Fellowship Hall from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.  $10.00 per box.  Advance orders are encouraged, as the cookie boxes sell very quickly.  To reserve your cookie order, please call the Church Office at 920-927-5734.

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             Annual Chili Luncheon  Nov. 5, 2017
             Tickets are:   Adults-$8:00, 
             Children 6-12 $5:00   
             Ages 5 and under Free   Carryouts $ 8.50

Chili, a ham sandwich, cheese, crackers, pickles, assorted bars and beverage  The church is handicapped accessible





                The Lowell-Reeseville First Responders are in need of some good people. This rewarding position allows you to provide life-saving attention to those in our community in critical times of need. To learn more, have your questions answered and get a description of the position contact Michelle Denruiter at 920-296-5364 or email lrfirstreponders@yahoo.com. Also, just a reminder th First

            Also, just a reminder the First Responders meet the second Tuesday of every month @ 6:30



40th​ ​ANNUAL 
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St.​ ​John’s​ ​Catholic​ ​Church
Clyman, Wisconsin

Sunday, ​ ​November​ ​5​th​,​ ​2017
11:00​ ​am​ ​to​ ​2:30pm

Baked​ ​Ribs​ ​and​ ​Dressing​ ​-​ ​Ribs​ ​and​ ​Kraut Mashed​ ​Potatoes​ ​and​ ​Gravy, ​ ​Corn​ ​and​ ​Pie

Adults​ ​$12.00​ ​​ ​Children​ ​5​ ​to​ ​12​ ​$4.00
Carry​ ​Outs​ ​Available​ ​$12.00



Friday, November 10th
4:30 - 7 pm in the church basement

 Breaded Cod, Homemade Potato Salad & Coleslaw,

Buttered Corn and delicious Homemade desserts.

 Adults: $10, Kids 6-12: $4, Kids 5 & under: Free

Carry-outs available:   (920) 927-3102




We will be holding a Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday, November 19th at the Reeseville Community Center.

Gathering starts at 10:30

Come and join us for fellowship and good food
There is no charge for the meal   
All are welcome

Food Pantry & Resource Center,
209 S Main St,

CLOSED – Thursday, November 23 through Sunday, November 26 so our volunteers can enjoy Thanksgiving with their families. 

CHRISTMAS GIFTS??? – Unsure of the perfect gift?  Why not a donation to The Gathering Source on behalf of or in memory of someone you love?  A $50 gift will provide a school supply filled backpack and meals for a month for a child.  A $15 gift provides meals for a month for a hungry adult or child.


THANK YOU --To those who braved the weather and attemded our Annual Fall Fest. In spite of the poor weather, we raised $5,000.00 to support The Gathering Source.


$FALL FEST CASH RAFFLE WINNERS$ $500.  Mike Meyer -- Watertown, $300. Sue Stai--Watertown, $100. Tom Booth -- Reeseville. $100. Mercer T's-- Clyman,  $100. Devin Lehman -- Mayville, $50. Mercer T's. $50. Katie Meagher -- Randolph, $50. Erica Finger -- Jefferson, $50. John Moore -- Horicon, $50. Lisa Piorkowski - New Berlin


HOT RODS FOR HUNGER TROPHIES -- 1st Place - Esther Pollnow for her 1965 Mustang, 2nd Place - Neil O'Connor for his Fiat, 3rd Place to Dave and Janet Brown for their Challenger


SAVE THE DATE FO FALL FEST 2018 -- Saturday, October 13, 2018 at Clyman Fireman's Park


HOLIDAY SACKS FOR HUNGER --The Gathering Source and Jahnke's Piggly Wiggly in Juneau are again teaming up for Holiday Sacks for Hunger. Bags decorated by our Dodgeland Elementary students will be available for purchase for $5. from November 1st  through December 24th.

THRIVENT CHOICE DOLLARS FOR THE GATHERING SOURCE –Through a unique member-advised charitable grant program called Thrivent Choice®, members of Thrivent Financial are helping support enrolled 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations across the country, including The Gathering Source.  Visit our website (thegatheringsource.org) for a link to Thrivent’s Choice Dollars donation program or pick up instructions at The Gathering Source.  This is a great way to donate money to support The Gathering Source without opening your wallet.


VISIT OUR WEBSITE AND/OR LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! – To keep up with all the latest Gathering Source news.  

DONATIONS – We accept donations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays 10-noon.  We are especially in need of canned fruit.  There is also a barrel for donations at the State Bank of Reeseville/Watertown.  Monetary donations can be made by mailing a check to us at PO Box 66 or online at thegatheringsource.org.


SMILE.AMAZON.COM –  When you shop on smile.amazon.com and choose The Gathering Source as your charity, Amazon donates a portion of the value of your purchase to us.  An easy way to donate without having to spend extra money!


FOOD PANTRY continues on Tuesdays from 10-noon and Thursdays from 5-7 pm.  When registering for the food pantry, please bring identification and proof of residency for adult members of the household.  In addition, bags, boxes or other containers are needed to transport food home.


OPEN HOUSE is on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10-noon.  This is a great time to drop off your donations.  


BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION!Help Dodgeland start the school year off on the right foot by participating in the first-ever National Box Tops for Education Week, September 24-30. The goal: to bring neighborhoods together and collect as many Box Tops as we can in your community, all in one week!  You can turn in your box tops or labels at The Gathering Source, State Bank of Reeseville. The Reeseville Library, and Clyman Village Hall.  www.boxtops4education.com  or www.labelsforeducation.com   


DON’T THROW OUT THOSE USED INK CARTRIDGES – DONATE THEM TO US - We use them to offset the cost of our office supplies.

Please visit thegatheringsource.org for more information about our programs.  You can reach us at 920-927-1702 or email us through our website for more information.

 Reeseville Public Library
216 South Main

Build a Better World


November 2017

Reeseville Public Library Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 11-7
Wednesday, Friday: 3-5
Saturday: 10-Noon


The library will be closed November 23-26 to observe Thanksgiving.


The winners of our drawings last month were Andrew Schmitt and Nicole Stokes.  Congratulations.  


Community Yoga: The library will host a beginning yoga class on Wednesday November 1, 8, 15 and 29 at 6pm.  We’ll practice in the library this month; space is limited so please call to register.   

All abilities are welcome.  Bring a mat and a flexible mind. 




Coffee, Tea and Crafting: Bring your current craft project to the library November 2 at 11am and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea.  This is a great opportunity to show off your latest creation and get some inspiration for your next project.







Read with Rover: November 13 at 4pm, a READ Team made up of an adult with their registered Reading Education Assistance Dog (R.E. A. D) will be at the library waiting to hear community kids read stories. The library will have a sign-up sheet at the desk with time slots.





003Essential Oils Make and Take:

On November 9 at 6pm the library will demonstrate one of the bath and body product recipes from Willow and Sage.  Participants will each create a project to take home.  Bring a jar or use one of ours. 



Card Crafting: November 16 at 11am, the library will provide papers, stamps and inspiration for a set of greeting cards. Bring your favorite supplies or use ours. 


Murder in Montparnasse


Midday Mysteries: There will be a discussion of the book Murder in Montparnasse by Kerry Greenwood at the library on November 30 at 11am.  Copies of the book will be available at the desk.  If you can’t join us in person you are welcome to leave your comments on our Facebook page. 











4C’s Playgroup:  Fun, Free playgroup for children birth to 5 and their caregivers.  So far this has been a fun way to meet other kids.  Join us Tuesdays in November, 9-11am.  


This is your library!  Did you know that the funding for the library is based on how many items we check out?  Your tax dollars are used to purchase the newest books and DVDs each month and then everyone can check them out for free.  You can even shop online and stop in to pick up your holds.  If we don’t have what you’re looking for just let us know and we can get it for you. 

If you have fines for late or lost materials that are keeping you away please stop in to chat with the director.  We would love to work with you toward a solution.  Even if you have fines, everyone is welcome at programs and to use the computers. 



                    SENIOR CITIZEN MEALS

                     The Senior Citizen Meal Site is located at the Senior Apartments in Reeseville. 

       The Dining Center is open five days a week offering a lunch time meal.   Reservations to eat are needed the day before and can be made by phoning 920-386-3580 or 1-800-924-6407.

      Criteria to join us is you must be 60 years old or older, attend the dining center with someone who is 60 years or older or live in the Reeseville Senior Apartments.

                   We eat at 11:30am.






Pastor Donald Steinberg  
210 Lincoln Ave
E-mail address immanuellc@tds.net

Worship Sunday 9:00am Sunday School and Adult Bible Class resumes sessions on Sunday, September 10 at 10:20 a.m.
Special Thanksgiving Eve Worship Celebration
Wednesday, November 22, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Since God fills our lives to overflowing with His gifts every day of our lives, let us take this opportunity to fill His house with our songs and prayers of praise.  Come, you thankful people, come.




Pastor Vander Galien
115 Juneau Street, Lowell
E-mail address pvgvandy@aim.com
Sunday Service 10:00am
Thursday Evening Service 7pm

Pastor Matthew Martin  
County Hwy I
Worship Schedule; Sunday 9:00am
Wednesday Service at 6:00pm
Holy Communion served on the 1st & 3rd Sunday


Pastor Lois Rosko    
E-mail address larosko@hotmail.com
Worship Schedule:
Sunday Service at 10:00am
Sunday School a 9:00am
Communion held on the 1st Sunday
& 6:30pm Tuesday
More info on our full page Pastor Chris and Cherie
Behymer 920-927-6056 behymer6@charter.net www.facebook.com/TheReesevilleRefuge






THE REFUGE” of Reeseville
Apostolic Bible Study & Sunday Service
Isaiah 3:10  Say to the righteous, it shall be well.
214 Main Street Reeseville
2nd Kings 10:16 Come and see our zeal for the Lord.
Sunday Service @10:30am Bible Study
& 6:30pm Wednesday
More info on our full page Pastor Chris and Cherie

Behymer 920-927-6056 behymer6@charter.net www.facebook.com/TheReesevilleRefuge






Pastor:  Fr. Mike Erwin, 
Associate Pastor:  Fr. Erick Cassiano, 
Assisting Sr. Priest:  Fr. John Yockey
Office: (920) 927-3102    Fax:  (920) 927-1970


The Catholic Tri Parishes of SW Dodge County will be changing their weekend Mass Schedule beginning July 1st and ending on October 31st of this year.  
The schedule will be as follows:

Saturdays:  4:30 pm at St. John the Baptist Church, Clyman
Sundays:     8:00 am at St. Columbkille, Elba
10:00 am at Holy Family, Reeseville
Our weekday Mass schedule is:
Tuesdays:  8 am at St. John the Baptist
Wednesdays:  5:30 pm at Holy Family
Thursdays: 7 pm at St. Columbkille

Weekend Mass Schedule will change the weekend of November 11th/12th:

Saturdays 4:30 pm at Holy Family 
Sundays    8:00 am at St. John the Baptist
10:00 am at St. Columbkille

Weekday Masses remain the same:
Tuesdays          8:00 am at St. John the BaptistWednesdays:  5:30 pm at Holy Family
Thursdays:      7:00 pm at St. Columbkille




The Refuge of Reeseville Church


Upcoming Events

Thanksgiving 2017

Sunday, November 19th at the Reeseville Community Center, the Refuge of Reeseville Church will be hosting its’ Annual Thanksgiving Celebration and Dinner. The Refuge has some of the best cooks in Dodge County, so come and enjoy great food, fun, friendship and hopefully a short message.

[ The following is what the Refuge believes and preaches and is paid for by the Refuge Church.]


Psalm 100:4  Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name.

Here we go again, Thanksgiving is upon us. Here is another one of those holidays that we may celebrate once a year. But being thankful is a full time, everyday effort. Which really isn’t too hard. There sure is a lot of little everyday things I have found to be thankful for. I am thankful for the Panic Button on the key fob. I still might be searching for my car at Walmart. I am thankful for the warning bell that tells me the key is still in the ignition. And of course, how about Freedom and Family. Yes, we all know that.

So I have a question…what happens to a people and a nation when they cease to be thankful?

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.

It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

John Adams. Assistant Author and Signer or the Declaration of Independence and Second President of the United States.

Either the founding fathers were idiots or they were very wise and perhaps, even, divinely inspired.

Have we lost something as a society or are we truly “civilized” and more “enlightened” today?


There once was a Nation, that called Freedom its’ home. Pillars of Justice. Foundations of Religion and Self Governance. When the Christian made the finest of Statesmen and the Bible was revered.

And the people knew Whom to give thanks to, because they have read and believed that every good and perfect gift comes from above. James 1:17

Humph!! What foolish nonsense that is!  We are so much more civilized today! This is 2017!

Something happened. The people began to forget from where they came. The Bible is now sits on the shelf instead of being taught and learned.

The ones who actually believe the bible have become as the filth of the world, and are the offscouring of all things unto this day. They have all become fools.

And the One that Blesses loses the desire to bless.

The people stopped being thankful. They stopped being thankful and ceased to look outside themselves. They have become self-centered and greedy. A society that has lost  its’ appreciation for their fellow man, and will eventually for every human life except their own.


I hope we have not come to that. But I admit, sometimes I need to remind myself to be thankful and I pray that we can all be thankful for what we have and who we have.

Psalm 107:1  O give thanks unto the LORD, for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.

How beautiful is that? How beautiful the family that God has placed before us! How beautiful the children! And may we never forget Who it all comes from.

Truly this is the LORDs’ doing, and it is beautiful in our eyes. Psalm 118:23


My name is Chris Behymer, Pastor of The Refuge Church.  We invite you to come and learn with us about the Nation of Israel and what God has promised about what is going to happen someday.


Sunday Service @ 10:30am / Wednesday Service @ 6:30pm 214 South Main Street, Reeseville