Share In the Journey – Kerygma

The Kerygma Sunday School class is full of people who live by God’s call to “act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with Thy God” (Micah 6:8).  They walk the walk, quietly and without fanfare. They reach out to one another and to others in need...

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Greater Things

Welcome to the new year! I’m going to forego the usual pastoral reflections about making resolutions, keeping resolutions, breaking resolutions, abandoning resolutions, and so forth. Everyone knows that even the hardiest of New Year’s resolutions...

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Immanuel

To have a sense of wonder is to possess a deep curiosity about things, to be able to still be surprised about certain aspects of the world around you. Having a sense of wonder means not being so used to the world around you that you stop thinking...

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Being Complete

It’s college basketball season. During this time, I often find myself wondering how great a basketball player I would be if I were six inches taller? Or perhaps how great a doctor I would be if I could manage to see blood without fainting...

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Journey Through the Wild

There was a popular book called “The Things They Carried” about a bunch of soldiers in Vietnam and what they carried. Bibles, letters, snacks, things that might come in handy. Things that reminded them that they were loved. Things...

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Pray for Those

October is “National Bullying Prevention Month” and I encourage you to have conversations with your family about bullying and how bullying impacts people of all ages. In life, we all run into people who let us down and disappoint us. Sometimes...

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Resolutions for a New Year

The beginning of a new year brings us the opportunity to reflect on our past and make plans for our future.  Oftentimes, during the last days of December or the first days of January, we make resolutions for ways that we want to live in the...

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