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Let God Be In Charge Of The When

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Let God Be In Charge Of The When Recently I was reading through the book of 1 Chronicles. If you have ever spend much time there, you know that the beginning of that book can be tedious. It’s just list after list of names we cannot pronounce and people we do not know. When you get to chapter […]

The Heart Of Boaz

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The Heart Of Boaz I know this blog is titled “Between Sundays”, but sometimes God lays things on your heart and you have to spend a few minutes and share them. Yesterday I was reading through the Book of Ruth. There is a moment in the story when Boaz meets Ruth. He says to her that he knows […]

Nehemiah’s Broken Heart

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Nehemiah’s Broken Heart I have a simple question that I have been pondering for some time recently. What breaks your heart? Seriously, what events or situations, when you see them or hear of them cause your gut to ache with sorrow? What makes you feel like you’ve been punched in the stomach and can’t recover? Hopefully its not a […]

God’s Word is Always the Answer

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God’s Word is Always the Answer As I sit down to write this blog I am keenly aware that everyone who will read it probably has 19 irons in their individual fire. Everyone is running in 7 directions at once with multiple responsibilities and appointments to juggle. Most of us are probably guilty of losing track of people or […]

A Biblical Perspective on New Year’s Resolutions

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A Biblical Perspective on New Year’s Resolutions Many of us this time of year consider “New Year’s” resolutions. I love the idea on one hand. As followers of Jesus we are called to make life changes. We should strive to be better because we represent the King. Its pretty simple. Here is the BIG PROBLEM. Most of us make […]

Merry Christmas

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Just a short blog today with a simple thought…Merry Christmas. I hope all of you who read this know that I love you and I am honored to be your friend and your pastor. I really believe that there are few who are as privileged as I am to have as wonderful a congregation as I do. I feel […]

Mary’s Blessing

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As Christmas approaches I find myself thinking more about the story of the birth of Jesus and all the people and activities described in the scriptures. Each year without fail I spend a moment reflecting on Mary. Her bravery, her faith, her desire to serve God no matter the cost. She really is amazing. I often think to myself, […]

Struggling with Christmas

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The holidays can be a time of great joy and excitement. Many look forward to this time of year with the beautiful anticipation of spending time and celebrating with family and friends. For the same reasons, however, many people struggle this time of year. Perhaps a recent death, family struggles, or one of life’s many other problems is causing this […]

The Perfect Gift

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Last week’s message was a great start to the Christmas season (click HERE for last week’s message). I know that the world wants to make this season about shopping and lights, but we need to remember the serious nature of the coming of a Messiah. Just to keep us focused let’s talk about that for a second… A […]

We Must Seek His Heart

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We Must Seek His Heart I know last week’s message on thanksgiving was a bit tough to understand in the middle (Click HERE to listen to Pastor Jeff’s sermon). What I hope came across, however, is how important it is that we are convicted of our need for God and have a real sense of how much we […]