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One More Thing:Psalms 96

One More Thing Psalm 96 It is hard for me to read Psalm 96 because I first learned the opening verses back in our children’s ministry days. So now each time I come to this beloved psalm I am back in a room full of kids and it comes out like this: Sing, sing, sing to...

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One More Thing: Psalms 27

Occasionally I watch a program that includes a segment titled One More Thing. Often I walk away from Sunday thinking of another idea I could have teased out. So I am starting a new blog called One More Thing with the goal of teasing out another idea from the Biblical...

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A Word About Freedom

On September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key waited in the predawn darkness for the sight that would end his fears.  The enemy had been shelling Fort McHenry all night. For a time, the outcome of the battle was uncertain. As the attack ended and daylight broke, there came...

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A Letter From Our General Superintendent

We're re-sharing this post from our district superintendent so that you can read this message and thoughts as well. A Wesleyan Call to a More Permanent Immigrant Solution Media around the world have been focused on the treatment undocumented immigrant families have...

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Too Important To Be Forgotten

This is Memorial Day weekend.  In cities and towns across the United States people will take a break from their usual routine and pay tribute to the brave men and women who have given their lives in the service of their country.  There will be parades and memorial...

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Thoughts On The National Day Of Prayer

I started the National Day of Prayer by joining with other leaders from Terre Haute with a wonderful prayer gathering sponsored by Youth for Christ. As my morning unfolded God brought to mind this particular passage from the Old Testament book of Jeremiah. This is...

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Paradise Found Today

Luke 23:43 Isaiah 53:12 tells us that Jesus will be numbered among the transgressors; which is exactly what took place.  In the most spectacular sin in all of history, the Son of God is crucified between two criminals. As the people watch and the rulers sneer an...

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Forgiven and Free

The air must have been thick that day — heavy with the presence of God.  The hope of forgiveness and cleansing gripped the hearts of the people.

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The Daily Grime

Then He poured water into the basin, and began to wash the disciples’ feet, And to wipe them with the towel with which He was girded. - John 13:5 Jesus said to them, “He who has bathed needs only to wash his feet, but is completely clean; and you are clean, but not...

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Easter Prayer

On one of my first Sundays we displayed this: I dream of a church filled with grace; where imperfect people encounter the love of God first-hand; where 'come as you are' acceptance becomes the hope of a new beginning; where all people matter because every person bears...

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