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Category Archives: Faith
We’ve all seen it. Someone who is sweet, kind and just an all-around good person is in the fight of their life in one way or another. Maybe it’s cancer, or the loss of a child or spouse. Perhaps they lost … Continue reading
It is recorded in the gospels that when the disciples tried to prevent little children from coming to Jesus, He rebuked them and told them to let the little children come. In doing this He said, Let the little children … Continue reading
For almost everyone who is a professing Christian, the answer to the question posed in the title will undoubtedly be a resounding “Yes, of course He’s enough!” Perhaps this is how you would respond too and if so I’m thankful … Continue reading
Jesus asked His disciples, “Who do you say that I am?” Peter responded by saying that He was Christ, the Son of the living God. If you asked people the same question about yourself (in a spiritual sense), what would they say … Continue reading
Most of us like to be thought of as being a “strong” person. Physical strength, mental strength, emotional strength, etc. are the topics of many a best-seller. We do our best to hide our weaknesses and we play to our strengths. … Continue reading
“Water, water everywhere and not one drop to drink!” is a popular saying taken from a poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge called “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” While it is describing a perilous time at sea when the crew members (surrounded … Continue reading
In John chapter four we see a very interesting exchange between Jesus and a Samaritan woman. Afterwards she went and told the people in her town all about Him. There is a great lesson to be learned from what happens … Continue reading
There are times, “normal times” we tend to call them, when things are rolling along just fine and we’re doing our thing. Lights are bright, sounds are loud, tastes are sweet, colors are swirling, words are flowing, answers come easy … Continue reading
A member of our fellowship died unexpectedly this past Friday. Patti was a deacon’s wife, the leader of the Parents Day Out program, a regular cook at Wednesday night meals, the 2nd grade Sunday School teacher, and a mother whose youngest … Continue reading