Sunday October 8 The Two Lost Sons

Pastor’ Blog “Wasteful or Grateful?” October 8, 2017 On this Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada, I turn to the story of the Prodigal Son from Luke 15. A thanksgiving story you ask? Yes. Prodigal means wasteful not wayward. The son who left was oblivious to the provision and love of his father. Because he was […]

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Pastor’s Blog “If your presence goes not with us…” October 1, 2017 The Presence of God. We sing about it. We talk about it. Do we understand it? Today begins our next series. The topic? You probably guessed. The Presence of God. Exodus 33:15 serves as the key scripture for today. “If your presence does […]

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Sunday Sept 17 The Church:A Caring Community

Pastor’s Blog September 17, 2017 “The Church: a caring community” In a world that is more connected in so many ways, internet, Facebook, cell phones, in many ways we are more disconnected than ever. Growing up, I knew just about everyone for blocks in the quaint little town of Dover, Ohio. Moving to the cosmopolitan […]

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Sunday August 27 New

Pastor’s Blog New August 27, 2017 “New!” “New and improved!” Words we hear and misused often. The use and overuse of these words can cause us to echo the words of Solomon the cynic in Ecclesiastes 1:9, “There is nothing new under the sun.” Wait a minute. What if there really was a “new” understanding […]

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Sunday August 20 These Three…..

Pastor’s Blog “These three…” August 20, 2017 If you want to know what is important to God, look at what Satan attacks and distorts. 1 Corinthians 13 is perhaps the most quoted and referenced passage of scripture: and for good reason. Paul, by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, describes and defines God’s view of […]

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Pastor’s Blog March 26, 2017 “On purpose: Called or Driven.” Called or driven? Language is a tricky thing. Driven is a part of our culture. Living as a called person is not. A few years ago, Nissan built their advertisement campaign on “We are driven.” People ask “what drives you?” which is another way of […]

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