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Be the tiger…

A man walking through the forest saw a fox that had lost its legs, and he wondered how it lived. Then he saw a tiger come up with game in its mouth. The tiger ate its fill and left the … Continue reading

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Responsibility with Power…

Before Peter Parker, the super-hero Spider-Man, went public with his newfound superpowers, he had a heart-to-heart conversation with his Uncle Ben. Sitting in the car, Uncle Ben admonished, “These are the years when a man becomes the man he’s going … Continue reading

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Can God Trust Me?

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Stewardship Begins with Trust

Last message’s conclusion was that God’s gifts are generous and God’s care is constant and most importantly He is trustworthy! The question that is dealt with in this message is, “Can God Trust Me? Can God trust you?” Ultimately the test of good stewardship is whether the steward or manager can be trusted!! Continue reading

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David: The Shepherd King

This entry is part 7 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

He was possibly the most beloved character in the Old Testament. He lived a life of success and sorrow, faith and failure. He knew the humility of being a simple shepherd and the honor of being a nation’s King. His name was David, described by scriptures as, “a man after God’s own heart” Continue reading

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