Pastor’s Blog April 9, 2017 “All Things New…A New way to Relate to God” Who doesn’t like new things, new adventures, new challenges? (I may have gone too far there).  As I have grown chronologically older, something wonderful is taking place: I see things from a different perspective at 60 than I could at […]

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Pastor’s Blog April 2, 2017 “Finding your Purpose…Finding your Place.” Finding implies that you are looking for something. Discovering your purpose brings joy and direction. Finding your purpose means finding your place: in the Body of Christ and in life. In keeping with last week’s message of living as a “called person,” knowing who you […]

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Sunday March 19 Why I Am Here?

Pastor’s Blog March 19, 2017 “Why I am Here?” The question, “Why am I here” is the stuff of life. The question itself is an echo of Eden. With the fall brought on by Adam’s sin, mankind lost much, including a sense of eternal purpose. A foundational teaching in the catechisms of church is “What […]

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Pastor’s Blog February 19, 2017 “The Bible|God’s Word Don’t Tell Me Show Me” If a picture is worth a thousand words, a demonstration is worth ten thousand words. Last week, on our “Bring your printed Bible to church” Sunday, I walked us through our physical Bibles to show what the Old Testament looked like by […]

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Pastor’s Blog February 12, 2017 “Negotiating God’s Roadmap: the Bible” I grew up in a time before GPS and Google maps. I remember one of my teachers in school showing us how to use a map, a printed map. If you have never taken the time to study such a map, you might be surprized […]

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Sunday February 5 The Two Questions

Pastor’s Blog February 5, 2017 “The Two Questions.” The Bible| God’s Word. The Bible| God’s love letter to mankind…His Self disclosure. The Bible| not written in a vacuum. Like any other book, the Bible has a context for its content. Inspired by God, it communicates eternal truth in a time/space continuum. To understand its message, […]

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