Preparing for Easter
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Preparing for Easter

I read an Instagram post by Bob Goff that says, “Darkness fell, His friends scattered, hope seemed lost – but Heaven just started counting to three.” As Christians, we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus every Sunday (actually every day). However, once per year we come to a date on the calendar that represents the day,...

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Love

Today is a day of reflection for millions of people around the world. It is our privilege to remember the most significant death of Jesus, the Son of God. Jesus endured agony beyond our wildest imaginations during the crucifixion process. While on the cross, He made seven short statements that reveal His heart:             Father,...

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Spring is Here

Some people say that Christmas is the “most wonderful time of the year.” I think I could make an argument for Spring. For the past few weeks, I have been looking forward to seeing buds, flowers, and leaves on the trees. I am excited to watch the brown grass turn green. And yes, I actually...

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Good Friday…Even Better Sunday

Today is a day of reflection for millions of people around the world. It is our privilege to remember the most incredible death of Jesus, the Son of God. Jesus endured agony beyond our wildest imaginations during the crucifixion process. While on the cross, He made seven short statements that reveal His heart: Father, forgive...

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Super Bowl

In two days more than 100 million people will turn on the TV to watch the Super Bowl. This year the New England Patriots will play the Atlanta Falcons in Houston. Tickets are starting at around $3,000 each. A thirty-second commercial will set you back about $5,000,000. Each member of the winning team will earn...

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Easter Service

This Sunday, we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus. As a part of your personal preparation, I invite you to read some thoughts below… A few thousand years ago, a certain leader called out a dozen friends and together they shared life. At times they grew weary of each other’s company, but most often they enjoyed...