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Father’s Day

Father’s Day

The scriptural requirements for fatherhood are daunting to say the least, but they are worth it!  Guiding our children to Christ, wisdom and truth are the only things that are eternally valuable.  I was blessed to have a God-fearing father, and I worship the God of my father today.  I want good things for my children, but the one thing I want most for them is that they know Christ.  I want everything that I do as a father to point to...

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Truth and Action

Truth and Action

The scriptures tell us to love in truth and action.  Many people know what it is to love.  Many people have been told by the Spirit what they need to do to put love into action.  How many of us live out our days doing the good that we know we should do?  How many of us grow weary in doing good before we harvest the rewards.  I want to encourage you to live out love in action.  Live it out, and if you do not grow weary you will reap a...

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Neighbor

Neighbor

Who is my neighbor? A question asked many years ago and still pertinent today. If I must love my neighbor, who are they? This Sunday we will be looking at lawyers and Samaritans as we ask ourselves, “Do I know who my neighbor is?” See you then!

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Tithe

Tithe

This week we will be discussing the tithe. For many, talking about the tithe is painful. I have found it to be a joy and a constant reminder that all that I have is a gift from God. In the Old Testament, it is a duty. Under Christ, it is the sign of a joyful heart. See you Sunday as we talk about financial stewardship of what already belongs to God.

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What Did You Come to Do?

What Did You Come to Do?

What is your mission?  What have you come to do?  Is Church a good place to raise a family?  Is it part of your Christian duty?  There are many good reasons to come to church, but the most important reason is to be a disciple.  And what do disciples do?  They go out into the world and proclaim the Good News of Christ.  Has that become taboo, old fashioned, or socially unacceptable?  It always has been.  How many people have you led...

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King Maker

King Maker

The life of Samuel is an incredible tale.  He is a king maker and a king un-maker.  He is a fierce warrior and a leader of men.  He destroys idols and sets forth a dynasty.  But the pivotal moment in his life was as a child falling asleep before the Ark of God.  It is there that he heard his name and it is there that he said, “Here I am!”  God is looking for you!  He wants to make your life incredible.  He is waiting on...

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Do not quench the Spirit

Do not quench the Spirit

What does that even mean?  How do we quench the Spirit?  Walking the Christian walk is about listening and being guided by the Spirit of Christ.  In order to know what it means to quench it, we must know what it means to listen to it in the first place.  Come this Sunday as we discuss 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24 in order to learn how to listen and how not to quench.  See you in Church!

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