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      Testing God’s Faithfulness

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      I remember a day when I was a young boy that my father had taken my brother and me to a farm where he did some work.  On the farm was a fenced-in area that contained a few cows and a couple of horses.  My father went into this enclosed …

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      The Right Temperature For Thanksgiving

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      As a lover of good barbeque, I thought I would try my hand at using a charcoal smoker.  After a little online research, I purchased a new inexpensive smoker and began the process of “seasoning” the smoker.  Seasoning refers to igniting some charcoal and wood in the smoker and  allowing …

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      Do You Have A Coach?

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      “Everyone needs a coach”…that’s a bold statement!  Everyone?  Well, if you are someone who believes that God has created you for His purpse and your desire is to move forward and complete God’s plan and goals for your life, then a Christian coach can help you get there.  Why is …

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      We’re Happy to Announce We’re Adopting

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      Our church building sits on a busy road with an elementary school just a block away on the same street. Daily, during the school year, I can watch hundreds of kids walking on the sidewalk to the school in the morning and back home again in the afternoon. Over a …

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      The Beat of a Thankful Heart

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      What kind of heart do you have? We often describe a person’s character, strengths, and faults with an adjective attached to the word “heart”. A person is described as being: warm hearted, cold hearted, lion hearted, big hearted, or even “heartless”. In the last couple of centuries, The poets and …

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      Looking Forward to the New Edition

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      As a young man in 1728, Benjamin Franklin had composed his own mock epitaph which read: The Body of B. Franklin, Printer; Like the Cover of an old Book, Its Contents torn out, And stript of its Lettering and Gilding, Lies here, Food for Worms. But the Work shall not …

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      I’ve Lost A Friend

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      I sit at the keyboard and I am stunned. Early in the morning hours I lost a good friend due to an unexpected, but fatal heart attack. My wife, Carolyn and I were called to the hospital before midnight and were told that one of my deacons, Mark Scott, had …

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      Are you having a bad day?

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      Ever have one of those…a bad day? I have. It seems the older I get, the easier it is for me to be discouraged. I should be accustom to disappointment by now and demonstrate the behavior of a mature child of God. Yet, too many times I do not….I wish …

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      Strife: A New Sermon Series

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      This Sunday morning I am returning back to the book of Genesis and to the Life of Jacob.  I have been using one word terms to express the emphasis or sections in the book of Genesis.  The first was “Beginnings” (Chapters 1-11)…the second was “Journey” (the Life of Abraham).  The …

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      May I See the Proof of Your Citizenship, Please?

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      This morning we had our weekly MVP (Men Value Prayer) breakfast at church. There is much talk today in our nation about illegal aliens, border patrols, and immigration enforcement. Soon, many people in the United States of America may have to prove, when asked, that they are a legal citizen …

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      How Do I Measure Up?

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      At our MVP (Men Value Prayer) Breakfast this morning, we looked at 8 essentials for great leaders listed in our study book (“Spiritual Leadership” by J. Oswald Sanders). When one reads such a list, there is a tendency to try to measure the strength of his leadership by how he …

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      Grace…what a wonderful word!

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      Grace. What a wonderful word! It is good to experience grace from the hands of others, but when God extends grace, it is indescribable. John Newton, the preacher/song writer simply describe it as “Amazing”. I witness God’s grace in a most unusual way this week. I call it unusual, yet …

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      Testimonials

        Every time I meet with Danny, my coach, I come away with a clearly defined pathway to execute on a meaningful decision. You will never see all of your blind spots until you have someone asking you the right questions to move you forward.

        Brandon Cox, Pastor, Church Planter, & Editor of Pastors.com