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The Be-Attitudes: Finish Last (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.–Matthew 5:3 This week, we’re kicking off a series on the Beatitudes, Jesus’ most-famous collection of sermons, found in Matthew 5. It’s an interesting list of what it means … Continue reading

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Can Santa & Jesus Get Along? (A Mustard Seed Musing)

Lately, it seems like there’s a groundswell to pick Santa or Jesus, like Team Edward or Team Jacob, Dallas Cowboys or Washington Redskins, creationism or Darwinism. That you can’t give credit to one without disavowing or at least diminishing the other. But … 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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