Monthly Archives: October 2013

Sunday’s Sermon Today: Wise Men Say Part II (Proverbs)

This is my “second take” at looking at the wise teachings of Solomon. Some of the introduction is the same as Part I but the majority of the proverbs I’ve focused on here are different.  I recently posted on Facebook, … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Wise Men Say Part I (Proverbs)

When I think of wisdom, I think of old men with beards like Gandalf from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings books (or movies). Consider the wisdom he shared with Frodo, when Frodo was wishing that the Ring would … Continue reading

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How Do You Remember Your Saints? (A Mustard Seed Musing)

As I walk through my church building, I see people who have led the church, whether it was as pastors, or trustees, as Sunday School teachers or the silent supporters in the background. I know many of them by name … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: It’s Your Time (Esther 4:1-16)

Do you recognize the moments when God is calling you, daring you, to step out of your comfort zone and do the impossible? In the lead up to our Scripture today, we see the way that Esther’s life was all … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: When Life Hurts (Job 1:1-12)

I get pretty frustrated when people hand out platitudes in the midst of someone else’s suffering. In responding to a divorce or problem at work: “Time heals all wounds.” In responding to the death of a loved one: “God needed … Continue reading

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The East: An Eye For An Eye (Movie Review)

The trailer of The East drew me in and I’ll admit it, I bought a copy. Gasp! Determined to review things for free, I usually rely on publicity contacts, but this one had something that intrigued me. What if an underground … Continue reading

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