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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Suiting Up (Ephesians 6:10-18)

You wouldn’t show up for a half marathon wearing golf cleats. Or an ATV race with only a scooter. You wouldn’t show up for a baseball game in your hockey gear, or for a basketball game with a golf ball. … Continue reading

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42: A Living Legacy (Movie Review)

I’ve always marveled at the Civil Rights movement, as idealistic individuals on different sides of the color line worked together to overturn the laws of discrimination against African Americans. Some thought them crazy, others thought they were right, many more … Continue reading

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The Boston Marathon & 42: How Will You Fight The Hate?

“Not again.” That’s the thought that echoed through my head when a Facebook post led me to the first harrowing reports of the bombs which exploded at the end of the Boston Marathon yesterday. Soon, the reality of two, shrapnel-loaded … Continue reading

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42: Are You Built To Last?

I’m a sucker for sports movies, and the trailer forĀ 42 revved up my emotions every time I saw it. Branch Rickey’s (Harrison Ford) growling, “I want a ballplayer with the guts not to [fight].” Jackie Robinson (the until now underutilized … Continue reading

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