Job 23: Summary- If only I could find God and yell at him, then surely things would change….but where or where is God? Job cries out, He cries out that the world is wrong He cries out that God is righteous, so why is his world wrong? “Let me Explain” Job says, “Just talk … Continue reading
Sadly I recently looked thru my posts and found that my original farmer’s market post has disappeared (oh no!) So I will have to rewrite it with a broader perspective. The church was called to local mission: most of the 40-odd faithful adults had volunteered regularly at homeless centers, hospitals and to knit/sew for the … Continue reading
Ash Wednesday March 5, 2014 Psalm 23: King James Version Call to Worship 23 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. Repentance: Confession and Creation of the Ashes (writing and burning of our sins) 3 He restoreth … Continue reading
If you have any question about what kind of person Jesus is, remember this, his ministry began and ended with food! It started with the wedding at Cana and Ended with the Last Supper John 2 New International Version 2 On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus’ mother was there, … Continue reading
Thursday morning at 6am I went to help with Equinox, which is a Thanksgiving meal program that serves about 10,000 in the Albany area…. I was really pleased to do this for the following reasons 1. My family is not the greatest financially, so I’m more able to give time 2. I have a 5& … Continue reading
To me, church tastes like root beer and M&M’s, thanks to First Pres in Malvern Arkansas that had old school GLASS bottled root beer. My parents office had an M&M machine. Being a pastor’s kid, I’ve probably put in more hours at church than most people, I’ve also probably done a lot more at church, … Continue reading
And so, God gave us complaining. As we look at the Hebrews in the desert, we notice they do a lot of complaining. Here they are, stuck in the desert, and they are hungry. So they complain, they grumble, they mummer, they complain. They realize that they are truly on their own now, they are … Continue reading
Sören Kierkegaard, 19th century “Christ turned water into wine, but the church has succeeded in doing something even more difficult: it has turned wine into water.” Only the church can do that! Take Jesus’s Wine and turn it back into water–how do we do this, by constricting God Item 1: Grace Do you know what … Continue reading
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