Monthly Archives: May 2014

“Got Your Back” — Sermon 5.25.14

Why that topic for this morning?  The phrase itself has an interesting history.  And you may have noticed some pictures in Fellowship Hall of T-shirts with the phrase printed on them. The Chronicle of Higher Education, which is a major … Continue reading

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The Voices We Listen To — Sermon 5.18.14

John uses many images in his Gospel, but my favorite one has got to be Jesus as a shepherd ~ the GOOD shepherd. And that’s something I felt we needed to be reminded of today . . . that we … Continue reading

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Sharing — Sermon 5.11.14

Many of you are familiar with renowned author and Minister, Robert Fulghum, whose known for the timeless classic, “Everything I Learned, I Learned in Kindergarten.” I like the story he tells from his early years in ministry from another one … Continue reading

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That Moment of… — Guest Speaker Dan Owen 4.4.14

Scripture:  Luke 24: 13-35 [Jesus] said to [Peter] the third time,  “Simon son of John, do you love me?”  Peter felt hurt because [Jesus] said to him the third time,  “Do you love me?”  And he said to him,  “Lord, … Continue reading

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