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This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Christmas Potential

We enable Christmas potential when we receive the gift God sent to this world and when we embark on the journey of becoming more like Christ. Today I want to conclude this series by describing the outcome of that potential. What happens when Christmas potential is allowed to run its’ course in individual lives? What happens when Christmas Potential is enabled and curried in the life of the church? Continue reading

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I Saw Me

“I’m sorry. Please forgive me! I don’t mean to hold you up,” he said as he struggled to get off the escalator.I’ll admit to it. There have been times when walking or driving behind an older person, I’ve gotten impatient … Continue reading

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He’s Alive

This year’s Easter message. What we should know and what we should do. Continue reading

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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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Forgiveness “related to the Amish School Shooting”

“… Sometimes, faith helps ordinary men and women do the humanly impossible: to forgive, to love, to heal, and to redeem. It makes no sense. It is the most sensible thing in the world. The Amish have turned this occasion … Continue reading

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