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Kingdom clothes or Beggar’s rags?

A beggar lived near the King’s palace. One day he saw a proclamation posted that invited anyone to come and dine with the King. Yet the beggar looked down at his filthy rags and realized there was no way he … Continue reading

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Keep on running…

Spotted on the back of a T-shirt worn by a member of the police bomb squad: “If you see me running, try to keep up!”

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Grass is greener?

The grass may actually be greener on the other side of the fence, but it still has to be mowed.

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Noah: The First Great Ship Builder

This entry is part 9 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

Read at beginning of message: Genesis 6:9-22 INTRODUCTION Recap last message: “We are continuing today with the series that I began last week on “When the Heroes of Faith speak?” 2 weeks ago we heard about our first hero “Abel”. … Continue reading

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Breaking the Habit of Isolationism

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Life in Community

There is a tendency in our society that has developed over the past few hundred years for people to become more and more isolated from each other. Even though we have global communication and travel that makes the world seem smaller there is an increasing pull among individuals to keep isolated from their neighbors! This message addresses this habit that is found even in churches where we are supposed to be community. Continue reading

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