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Esther’s Story: Time For A Hail Mary (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

With twenty-eight seconds left, trailing by four, Boston College’s Doug Flutie called “55 Flood Tip,” where all receivers ran straight routes to the end zone. Five foot, nine inch Flutie narrowly escaped a sack and from his own 37, threw the … Continue reading

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The Butler: Two Roads Divided (Movie Review)

Over the last year, I’ve seen 42, Fruitvale Station, 12 Years A Slave, and Django Unchained. Each of them presented a time period in American history where racism and prejudice caused great pain, even death, as the country struggled through toward civil rights for everyone … 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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