Monthly Archives: January 2018

Waking up to a vital word

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Read John 2:1-11 Welcome to week three of our series, based on a book titled, “Reclaiming the ‘E’ Word: Waking up to our Evangelical Identity.” We’re half-way through the book. It’s never too late to get this book and read … Continue reading

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Waking up to the real deal (01/14/2017)

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Read John 1:43-51 and 1 Samuel 3:1-10 We’re working through a book these Sundays, by author Kelly Fryer, titled “Reclaiming the ‘E’ Word.” As I mentioned last week, the ‘E’ word she has in mind is the word “evangelical.” We … Continue reading

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A Wake up Call (01/07/2018)

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Read John 1:29-42 When I was a little boy my parents did their best to teach me good manners….and one of the things they told me was that it’s not polite to point. Don’t point—it makes people uncomfortable. Good manners. … Continue reading

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Grace upon grace (12/31/2017)

Read John 1:1-18 The singing of “Silent Night” by candlelight at our Christmas Eve services is a holy moment for many of us. But for me, the most powerful moment on Christmas Eve comes just prior to that — when … Continue reading

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They didn’t expect that! (12/25/2017)

Read Luke 2:1-20 “In that region there were shepherds living in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night. Then an angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they … Continue reading

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The Christmas Promise (12/24/2017)

Read Isaiah 7:14; Isaiah 9:2-7; Luke 2:1-20 “Open your mouth and close your eyes and you will get a big surprise.” Maybe some of you know that trick. I grew up with two older brothers and an older sister. My … Continue reading

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Return from Exile (12/17/2017)

Read Isaiah 55:1-3, 6-11) We had our children’s Christmas program this Sunday, and when I spoke to the children, it was not exactly like the following, but roughly based on it. – PJ Let’s play the fill in the blank … Continue reading

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