The Sand is Swirling… Now What?

Last weekend, I took Allan kayaking at Blue Marsh Lake.  We spent just over an hour paddling around the water and soaking up the sun. (In all honesty, I did most of the paddling!) After some time out on the water confined to our small kayak, Allan asked if he...

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Thoughtful Thursday

I have no door on my office at home. I never have had a problem with that before because, well, I’ve only ever really worked from home when I’m there by myself.  Obviously that hasn’t been the case for the past several weeks! It’s not that my family doesn’t give...

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Weekly Thought 3.16.20

It is hard to find words to share in the midst of the current crisis.  As soon as we feel like we might understand the new “normal,” things change again.  It is hard not to panic… especially when many of us are looking at either potential major medical concerns, challenging financial strain, or both.  This...

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Weekly Thought 3.9.20

Wow! Another warm, sunny day!  I am assuming you are enjoying the weather today as much as I am… although after yesterday’s sermon, I know I shouldn’t make too many assumptions 🙂   I hope as we have been processing through barriers to sharing our faith, you have found yourself challenged...

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Weekly Thought 3.2.20

There’s an interesting story in 2 Kings 12.  A new king comes to power in Israel.  He decides to do things God’s way for a change.  Obviously this is a good idea.  But he also decrees that in addition to worshiping God properly, he wants to fix up the temple...

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Weekly Thought 2.24.20

Who do I really love?  What am I really afraid of? These are the questions that, I hope, are running through your mind as you go about your Monday after yesterday’s sermon.  As we begin to look at the self-made barriers to sharing God’s love with others, we started by...

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