Pastor’s Blog April 15, 2018 “Who’s Your Financial Advisor?” To quote a friend “Money makes people funny.” So true. Money is not evil: the love of money is. Paul identifies this misplaced love as the root of all sorts of evil. A wise person understands this and guards their heart and actions. So who has […]

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Pastor’s Blog Easter 2018 “Believing is seeing.” Thomas the doubter… I think Thomas has gotten a bad rap down through the ages. For me, he merely vocalized what many of us feel often. “Unless I see it, I won’t believe it.” Sir Walter Scott penned this, “There is more faith in an honest doubt than […]

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Sunday March 25 Palm Sunday

Pastor’s Blog: March 25, 2018 Easter Week….Holy Week. Today is Palm Sunday: a day when the Christian Church celebrates the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem hailed by shouts of praise and the waving of palm branches acknowledging the Messiah coming to set His people free. The rub was the very different agenda of Jesus […]

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Pastor’s Blog “Post Christian….tragedy or Opportunity?” Post….after… The world has changed. The world continues to change. Rapidly. Something in the human condition causes us to look back with nostalgia: to what we remember as “the good old days.” Somethings about the past were good. Sometimes we forget that even in the good times challenges presented […]

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Post Christian…disaster or opportunity?

Pastor’s Blog February 11, 2018 “Post Christian…disaster or opportunity?” Post means after. The world is changing. The world has changed. Christianity no longer has the status of being the prevailing influence it once was in North America. Disaster or opportunity? It all depends on our response: will those of us who call ourselves Christ followers […]

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Sunday January 28 Storms

Pastor’s Blog January 28, 2018 “Storms.” Storms…. Unpredictable, unnerving, unwelcome… Storms come. What can we learn from storms? Several times in the Gospels, the disciples encountered storms: serious storms, life threatening storms. Where was Jesus? Did He care that they were in danger? To further complicate the situation, in most cases Jesus actually sent them […]

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