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Daily Bread

“Give us this day our daily bread.” Matthew 6:11   Jesus invites us to ask our Father for daily bread.  Just what is this daily bread?  Is it what we can get at the...

Now or Some-of-These-Days

“So then, while we have the opportunity, let us do good…” –Galatians 6:10 fter considering when to do something, my father would have one of two responses. Either he would do it “now” or...

A Promise

ickels and noses”–church leaders, especially pastors, spend a significant amount of time and energy considering them. “Nickels” are the financial offerings given toward the ministry of the church. “Noses” are the number of people...

Come to Jesus in Faith

ll of us, no matter what our age, are constantly exposed to advertising–in newspapers and magazines, on radio and television, on billboards, in circulars and catalogs that come in the mail, by telemarketing phone...

The Legacy of Love

o to a university campus and you will see inscriptions on buildings showing that they are legacies to individuals who made large monetary contributions. Most of us are not able to leave legacies like...

His Great Love

‘Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?’ And he said to him, ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your...

The Easier Way?

ur days are filled with temptations ourselves to take “the easier way” or having to deal with the results of others taking “the easier way”. Perhaps there is an area of conflict with your...

Growing in the Lord during Lent

hristians sometimes follow the practice of giving up something for Lent, the period from Ash Wednesday (March 5) to Easter Sunday (April 20). Unfortunately, it is often just a little something convenient that displays...

2013 Annual Report

e lived on both ends of the spectrum during 2013. Several well-loved and loving members of our church family died and were taken by Jesus to the place prepared for them in heaven (see...

The Season of Epiphany

piphany is the season of celebrating the light of Christ in the world. It is a Greek word meaning “manifestation”, “display”, or “showing”. The season is made up of the several weeks between Christmas...