Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 31

The Road To…? Feb. 2nd

If there’s one thing you can be sure of, when you’re traveling down a road, you’ll always get to the end.  Though the road may not end where you want it to, it will eventually stop.  While we’re traveling on the road (and we are all traveling), the question we must answer is simple; “Where …

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Jan 27

The Difference a Word Makes?

Terry Harmon, my good friend and brother in Christ, has begun a new work with his family in Denver, Colorado.  He has served more than 20 years in the mission fields of Russia and Ukraine, but in the last few years has been drawn back to the states where he worked as a pulpit minister.  …

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Jan 24

Will You Join Me for Supper?…Jan. 26th

Every Sunday morning we meet together to worship God, sing songs of praise and edification and study from His holy word.  But above all, we come as a collected body of His people to commemorate our Lord’s death, burial and resurrection.  And we do so, as He commanded, by taking the bread, His body, and …

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Jan 21

When Do You Pray?

What comes to mind when you hear the word “Jonah?”  A man who ran from God?  Or perhaps you envision a giant fish (a whale) that swallowed and sustained him for 3 days and 3 nights (Jonah 1:17).  Or maybe you’ll remember a city destined for destruction, only to be spared because of this reluctant …

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Jan 17

The Mystery of Marriage…Jan 19th

Why is it some marriages last for decades while others wither months after the honeymoon?  Is there a secret formula that provides longevity to the marriage covenant?  Maybe there’s a mysterious formula only the ‘lucky’ have discovered?  We can better understand how marriages find success when we understand the phrase “I DO”… The man and …

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Jan 11

What Will You Will?…Jan 12th

As a young boy I was blessed with a grandmother who showered me with gifts, money and meals. Two hundred pounds later I can say it was much more than I ever needed or deserved. She didn’t do it out of compulsion or guilt, she gave because she wanted to. She ‘willed’ that I would …

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Jan 06

Auld Lang Syne

“Should old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind.  Should old acquaintance be forgot, and days of auld lang syne.  For auld lang syne, my dear…for auld lang syne.  We’ll drink a cup o’ kindness yet, for auld lang syne.” A haunting melody that is often heard during the early hours of the new …

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Jan 04

How Can We Redeem a Moment of Time?…Jan. 5th

With the beginning of a new year you might find yourself asking the question, “Where did the time go?”  Each day we spend on this earth is a gift.  Each minute we live out is a reflection of our heart at that moment in time.  But what if we say something or do something but …

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