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12
Jul

Moses

We’re continuing our blog series of looking at men and women of the Bible that we consider as “heroes”. We first looked at Abraham, then considered Gideon and now looking […]

10
May

Heroes?? – Gideon

I started a blog series a couple of months ago titled “Heroes” which looks at Bible characters who we regard as “heroes of the faith”. As I looked deeper into […]

01
Mar

Heroes?? – Abraham

When I was younger, I remember hearing all the stories in Sunday school about the “heroes” of the Bible; Abraham, Noah, Moses, Deborah, Gideon, Samson, Samuel, David, etc. My teachers […]

17
Aug

God Always Casts the Deciding Vote

As you probably know, it is a big “no, no’” to discuss politics and religion with people. This is sad, because both have a significant impact on our lives.  However, […]

21
Jul

In The Beginning

I just finished reading the Old Testament a couple of weeks ago. I try and read through it every year which now puts me back in Genesis. I’ve read Genesis […]

18
Dec

A Christian response to violence

I am going to break away from my current blog series on the church to engage you about recent events that occurred in Paris, France and San Bernardino, California; specifically, […]

20
Nov

A Distinct Response- Paris Attacks

Our world has been shocked this past week by the events in Paris. It was unfathomable to see that so many people’s lives were lost by such heartless men. The […]

18
Nov

Harvest Hope

We’re well into fall, and everywhere you look you’ll see the beautiful, warm colors of turning leaves, pumpkins, and all the rich produce that comes with the harvest. Amidst the […]

12
Nov

“Jesus” Ministry

A second distinctive of the 1st Century church is that they were engaged in ministry with Jesus. Yes, I know… Jesus ascended to the Father days before Pentecost. But if […]

08
Mar

1st Century Church

Blog #2 We continue the blog today considering the first of 4 key dynamics of the 1st Century church that made it distinct in its culture. Divine Presence – I […]

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