Monthly Archives: December 2012

Communion Meditation from this morning…

Psalm 46:1-11 We are reminded in many ways that the world is not as it should be. Especially when tragedies like what happened Friday in Newtown, CT. The world is broken Our hearts are heavy The world is not as … Continue reading

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I smelt Jesus yesterday…

Christians are called to be salt and light. I get the impression from Jesus that this wasn’t meant to be a Sunday and Wednesday affair only. I mean, what if he really meant for us to take our faith seriously? … Continue reading

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I got told no…

I was invited to a speaking gig locally this week at a Christmas play, but when the powers that be found out I wasn’t a part of “their religious tribe,” my invitation was declined. I understand their concern to protect … Continue reading

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What I have learned in one month in a new place…

Wow, what a church family! I have been here for one month, and my wife and girls joined me a week or so later. We have loved our time here so far. In the short time that I have been … Continue reading

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