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Monthly Archives: October 2019

2300 Hours of Worship

Halloween is over. That means it’s time to get ready for Christmas! I know some of you might not be ready for that - some of you are going to wait until after Thanksgiving, but not me. I have my Christmas playlist queued up and there’s a good chance I will watch Elf before the...

Imprinted on Your Hearts

What an exciting time it is! As we feel the cooler weather, begin preparing for the holiday season, and embark upon new adventures as a church, I urge us to look at the ways we can keep our focus on the Lord! In Deuteronomy chapter six, as the Israelites look ahead to the Promised Land, Moses...

The Expedition

Lewis and Clark set out across the United States traveling the Missouri River looking for the Pacific Ocean. They were both adventurers who were experts in river transportation. They trained and were sent for their expertise and challenged by President Thomas Jefferson to find a trade route that would secure the success of the new...

“Sounds Like the Early Church to Me”

This past week, I spent a few days at the Harding University Lectureship, and while there, I heard a speaker who taught on Acts 2. His subject was, “Devoted to Fellowship.” He described the early church as a community that was welcoming to all types of people. They were full of the Holy Spirit and...