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'Twas the Night Before Jesus Came

Merry Christmas Hope Family! This is an old favorite story I came across many years ago but the message is timeless. Please be ready, He sent His Son to make the way. Get on the list early so you can enjoy the wait until He returns. I’m praying you all have a wonderful Christmas, filled with Christ’s love. Love U, Pastor Barb --------------- ‘Twas the n...

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Overheard

The ease with which one can conduct their business tends to make one less disciplined in their schedule. There is really nothing here you can do at 10 in the morning that you can not do at 10 at night. We even have a do it yourself all-night Post office. There is no line at midnight. And if the box you’re mailing is too big to fit in the bin, FedEx-Kinko's is right ...

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Worship Is an Act of Reversal

As we have come through the season of Thanksgiving and now head into the Advent, I would like to encourage us to think about our worship. Is our love misguided, or are we appropriately directing our worship to God? Have you ever wondered why singing worship songs is part of our Sunday morning worship time? Is it just an old corporate tradition that has carried on?...

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The Biggest, Best, & Most Wonderful Part of Christmas

Here's a question you're probably tired of hearing -- what is the meaning of Christmas? Everybody wants to tell us what Christmas is all about. There are all kinds of answers. Christmas is about people, presents, time with family, giving, children, shopping, memories, and much more. For many people the Christmas season is about people making the world a better place. Ye...

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Worry

Worry is associated with stress which is associated with elevated adrenaline levels in our body. In God’s design, adrenaline is for emergencies; for crisis situations that demand a “fight or flight” response. But in our western culture we’ve made “emergencies” out of many routine situations. So much so that many of us live each day as ...

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