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What Would Jesus Do in this Crazy World?

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What Would Jesus Do in this Crazy World? I usually do not spend a lot of time on social commentary. It seems to me that the world is crazy. It always has been and it always will be. Recently, however, I was watching a news show about “Religion and Ethics”. On it a man commented about “the radical […]

Understanding Joy

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Understanding Joy We need to talk seriously for a moment. No…REALLY seriously. There is something we need to discuss. It’s important that you get this. Jesus said He wanted you to have it, and the church is severely lacking in it. It will change you. It will bless you. It comes from God. We need to discuss JOY. I say […]

Take Our Wounds Seriously

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Take Our Wounds Seriously This past Sunday I opened the service with a verse from Jeremiah. This verse has continued to resonate with me throughout this week as I have started each day with prayer… Jeremiah 6:14 (NIV) 14 They dress the wound of my people as though it were not serious. ‘Peace, peace,’ they say, when there […]

God’s Peace Is What We Need

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God’s Peace Is What We Need I want to be honest with everyone. Sometimes, even as Christ followers, we don’t always have good days. The struggles of life, the people we deal with, financial issues, family dynamics, and the transitions in life we all face, plus about a million other things Satan uses to blast us, can drag us […]

Is Jesus Hidden?

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Is Jesus Hidden? WOW, it’s hard to believe Easter is this Sunday. It kind of snuck up on us this year.  I know that I have been more focused on the Word of God these past few weeks knowing that Easter is here, but it still seems like I am not ready.  As we have moved through our […]

Who’s Next?

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Who’s Next? I have enjoyed the past month looking at “The Next Verse” (Click HERE to visit “The Next Verse” sermon series online). As we moved through various scriptures we learned how important context was. It was exciting to see some of our favorite verses come alive with sharper clarity, while other familiar verses took on new meaning and […]

In The Midst Of Trials

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In The Midst Of Trials In talking to many Christians, I have come to believe that many people deal with more opposition and rejection when it comes to their faith we probably assume. Wives living with unbelieving husbands. People working in overtly non-Christian work environments. These situations can become oppressive and often people are directly […]

Social And Spiritual Apathy

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Social And Spiritual Apathy I know my blog is titled “Between Sundays”, and I often talk about or reflect on the previous weeks message and look forward to the coming weeks message. That has been a valuable time for me as I prepare, but sometimes God lays things on my heart that I feel I need to share. Today […]

Philip And The Eunuch

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Philip And The Eunuch This week in “Bible U” (Wednesdays at 6:30) we will be studying Philip And The Eunuch in Acts chapter 8. This is a story there that all of us should look at. It gives us a custom blueprint for how we as God’s children should reach out to the rest of the world for […]

Wisdom, Heart, and Faith

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Wisdom, Heart, and Faith I am currently reading through 1 and 2 Chronicles and I came across a wonderful verse. I think it is a commentary on what we should be seeking in life … 2 Chronicles 1:7-12 (NIV) 7 That night God appeared to Solomon and said to him, “Ask for whatever you want me to give […]