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The Prophets’ Story: The Refs Don’t Make The Rules (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

I am a rules guy. As a kid, I was obsessed with ‘right’ versus ‘wrong,’ and saw the world in stark black and white. The older I get, the more I recognize the spectrum of colors ranging from white to … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: True Freedom (Nehemiah 5:1-13)

The walls have been rebuilt, the city has been restored. It’s one of those holy moments where the workers can look around and see what they have done, and sit back and be proud. But sometimes, it’s easier to fix … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Are You For Or Against? (Nehemiah 2:11-20)

I love to go to different stadiums, to see teams play. There’s something about being there in person that brings a different degree of enthusiasm out, as the crowd chants, and you can hear the sounds of the sport. But … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Rebuilding Mode (Nehemiah 1)

Sometimes, broken things have to be broken even more before they can be rebuilt. But an eye for what things can be shows the beauty in the broken. In The Six Million Dollar Man, the astronaut Steve Austin is nearly killed in a … Continue reading

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