Devotion 7-21-21

I wish I had called my parents more often during those busy years of raising our two girls.  Mom and Dad didn’t often call me; they waited to hear from me first.  They said they knew we had a lot going on and didn’t want to bother us when it

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Living the 10

During our "Life-Giving Words" series on the ten commandments, join us for Sunday night conversations at 7:00 PM on Zoom.  In these sessions, which are hosted by the pastors, we will explore in more detail what it means to live out each of these commandments.  Each session is independent of

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Weekly Devotion 7-14-21

Our culture suffers from a pervasive feeling that we are never enough, that our work is never enough.  We are weary, not just from lack of physical rest, but even more so from a lack of spiritual rest. Judith Shulevitz, in a New York Times article, described our need for

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Weekly Devotion 7-7-21

Being a person of integrity.  It’s simple but it’s hard. When we think of what it means to be a person of integrity, most of us think of it as being honest and morally upright.  Doing the “right thing.”  But if you look the word up in the dictionary, you

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Weekly Lay Devotion 6-23-21

Sometimes God astonishes us with the miracles He works in our presence, and at other times He chooses to work miracles more quietly through us.  He lets us struggle a little bit, and we have to work through our circumstances with Him. In the gospel lesson from Sunday’s worship service,

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Weekly Lay Devotion 6-9-21

Fans of the Doctor Who television series are familiar with the TARDIS, the time machine and spacecraft that looks like a small blue telephone booth, but is bigger on the inside than it is from the outside. The main character enters through a small opening, only to find himself in

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