Monthly Archives: July 2014

What Will We Do With What We Have? Sermon – 7.27.2014

I like the story that’s told about a thirteen year old boy who once read about Dr. Albert Schweitzer’s work in Africa, and wanted to help. Apparently, the boy had just enough money to buy one bottle of aspirin, and … Continue reading

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It Was There All the Time – Sermon – 7.20.2014

It’s a true story – no matter how much like a fairy tale it may sound. But a totally unsuspecting man literally stumbled upon it . . . it was, and still is today . . . the world’s largest … Continue reading

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Who Are WE… Really? Sermon – 7.13.2014

Well . . . today marks the end of the World Cup International soccer tournament between Argentina and Germany. Now . . . I’m not going to pretend I know anything about this game. I never played it competitively. I … Continue reading

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What is ‘REAL’ Freedom? — Sermon 7.6.14

Freedom . . . what a great word . . . but, truth be told, it can conjure up different images in each of our minds . . . as it can mean something different to each one of us. … Continue reading

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How to Find the Will of God — Part 3 Sermon 6.29.14

Well, we’re finalizing our series that we started on Pentecost Sunday ~ our celebration of the God’s gift of the Holy Spirit. And the reason we’ve spent so much time on this subject is because I believe that the work … Continue reading

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