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L'Shanah Tovah

A Jewish Blessing for a Happy New Year. It is Rosh Hashanah. New Year for our Jewish brothers and my son in law Jeremy Parzen. Check out this link for a better explanation of Judaism’s New Year celebration. 98 more words

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Pastor's Ponderings, Wanderings, Wonderings

Posting three things I am thankful for: Day 5

1. I am thankful for all of my life’s experiences. Some were good, some were bad but all were beneficial. 166 more words

Wesley United Methodist Church

Pastor's Ponderings, Wanderings, Wonderings

Day four:

1. Thankful for my brother and sister’s spouses.  Dianne and Mike have been a blessing throughout the years. Our Mom’s and Dad’s must have given us each a sense to choose the right person because we all have been married over 40 years. 169 more words

Wesley United Methodist Church

Pastor's Ponderings, Wanderings, Wonderings

Posting three things I am thankful for, for five days. This is day two:
Yesterday I posted that I was thankful to God first and foremost, thankful for my beautiful wife and thankful for my grandchildren. 190 more words

Wesley United Methodist Church

Pastor's Ponderings, Wonderings, Wanderings

My good friend Jeannie Perkins challenged me on Facebook to list three things daily that I am thankful for. This will be my first day and I will try to post each day on Facebook and here too. 159 more words

Wesley United Methodist Church

Worship and Picnic on Labor Day Weekend

Special Worship and Sunday School Times for Sunday, August 31, on Labor Day Weekend

Also, remember our Fellowship Pot-Luck after worship this Sunday. 768 more words

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Pastor's Ponderings, Wonderings, Wanderings

In my role as preacher I hope to convey to each and every one who hears my sermons the message we see in the Lectionary reading from Matthew 16:13-20 for 8-24-14 where Jesus asks the question “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” Of course we should all be able to answer that question with the same words Peter used when he said, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” 381 more words

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