Monthly Archives: November 2014

Holding On To Hope

This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. The subject will be Hope. Zacharias and Elizabeth were promised by an angel that they would have a baby who would be the one that would prepare the way for the Messiah. … Continue reading

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What Trees Tell Us About Our Spiritual Life

This Sunday is our Thanksgiving celebration as a church. We will look at the example all around us in nature of trees and how they teach us about our spiritual life. There is much to learn! “Blessed are those who … Continue reading

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Love is a verb. Just do it.

Over the last six weeks we have been considering the question, “What Would Love Do?” This Sunday is the conclusion of this time of focused attention on that question. In the end it seems pretty simple: Love does something. The … Continue reading

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What Would Love Do? Part Six: “I was in prison and you came to me.”

Imagine you are in prison. You are not free to come and go as you would like to. You are held in a cell and unable to get away.  Imagine also, being unable to escape hurtful, self deprecating or obsessive thoughts. … Continue reading

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