• Follow the Son
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    Sep 24, 2017

    It was later in the week after I'd preached my first sermon on vicarage that two ladies from the congregation stopped by the church office. They were a lovely but eccentric retired daughter and her even more elderly mother. These two brought me a sunflowe

  • Forgiveness: easier said than done.
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    Sep 17, 2017

    Let's get straight to the point. Forgiveness is easier said than done. What happens when you don't want to forgive? What happens when the person(s) responsible don't ask for forgiveness? What happens when the pain is so great that you simply can't forgive

  • The Blessings of the Faith of a Child
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    Sep 10, 2017

    We live in a very competitive society. Sports is king. People love to shout, "We're number one!" There are winners and losers but nobody wants to be a loser. So, we try all the harder to be on the winning side. That's life here in the United States and th

  • Peter . . bold but conflicted!
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    Sep 03, 2017

    Being bold and outspoken can work to your advantage. It's a sign of confident, strong personalities. Being bold had recently worked to Peter's advantage. He spoke confidently for the rest of the disciples when he affirmed that Jesus was the Christ, the So

  • Christ: Our Rock of Faith
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    Aug 27, 2017

    People love celebrities. Why is it people stand in line for hours to watch celebrities walk the red carpet at award shows? It's something to do with human nature. This is nothing new. Jesus was a celebrity. People flocked to Him and he was the subject of

  • Prayer . . not for the faint of heart
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    Aug 20, 2017

    As Christians, we are told that we will encounter both temptation and testing in our journey of faith. Temptation is of the devil. Its purpose is to pull us away from Christ. Testing is of God. Its purpose is to draw us closer to God. Here's the problem.