Good News!

GOOD NEWS! This week has provided us with our two presumptive candidates for the presidency of our country. Over the summer, they will be seeking our support and calling us to follow them all the way to the White House. BETTER NEWS… there is Another who says, You didn’t choose me. I chose you; I […]

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You’re Invited

It’s amazing what takes place when we ask Jesus into our lives, the New Covenant relationship put into motion. Jesus exchanges His robe of righteousness for our robe of sinfulness, His strength and power for our weaknesses, and His resources for the challenges we face. Sunday I will share more of His provisions; but heed […]

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Can You Say No?

I remember when I finally got it; when I was finally able to say no to a temptation that I had constantly given in to. Even when I knew it was wrong, and knew I would face the temptation again, I thought I had the ability to “just say no.” But that was the problem; […]

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Come Experience LifeChange!

I am honored to facilitate three weddings this month. There is always a lot of excitement that surrounds the wedding ceremony and reception, as well as a great amount of planning and the financial expense. But what is sometimes lost in all the activities is the significance of this moment. The wedding is more than […]

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Mother’s Day

Though Mother’s Day is the third most attended Sunday in the church year, the first being Easter, followed by Christmas Sunday, it can be a bittersweet day. Some of you may feel the sting of a recent loss of your mom; others may have fond memories of your moms who have already passed away; others […]

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Who Else Want’s To Find Out?

What do a tent, altar, and faith have to do with God’s protection plan and our true identity? Well, you’ll just have to come Sunday morning to find out. We’ll discover how good God is and how He is always seeking ways to positively impact our life. The story of Abram (Abraham) will be our […]

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Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

I felt ripped off, abused, vulnerable, invaded, angry, fearful, and shocked. I had received word that I was a victim of identity theft and fraud. Someone had stolen my personal information and made purchases with my credit card somewhere in the world. I know I’m not alone; nearly 13 million people a year experience the […]

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