Dunlap Prospect United Methodist Church
Friday, April 28, 2017
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Welcome to Dunlap Prospect United Methodist Church

  300 East Ash Street,  Dunlap, IL. 61525

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Pastor Steve's Monthly Message         

 As we look forward, there is much to be excited about...Easter is a few short weeks away, baseball season is about to begin, and (with some luck and lots of prayers) I should be wrapping up my final project at Asbury Seminary by the end of April! Lots to be excited about!

But before we look forward, let’s take a moment to look back.

The Pichaske’s love college basketball...and while we serve the Lord, we cheer for the University of Illinois. This past season started with great anticipation and lofty expectations. Illinois plays in a top conference against tough competition, but we really thought the Illini would be up for the challenge. They enjoyed a strong core of senior leadership and several talents young players (sounds a bit like Prospect!). Many felt this would produce a recipe for success.

The Illini suffered a few early season stumbles. Fans got nervous. Then there were more loses... and our hope for a berth in the NCAA tournament looked bleak. But then there was a resurgence. A few big wins led to a reenergized core of players and a hope-filled coaching staff. Things were really looking up and lots of people started envisioning the Illini of making the NCAA tournament after all.