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Hope for your Job

I remember hearing something disturbing from a loved one. He had asked me why I waste time going to morning prayers on weekdays. I should be focusing on work during the weekdays and put aside church for the weekends. 1,045 more words

Bible Verse

Parable Mad Libs, July 2014

Parables are stories we’re invited to play with.
This morning we experimented mad lib style.

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 13:31-33,44-52. 13 more words

Episcopal

Sermon for 7/27; Romans 8:26-39

As a Pastor, I often get asked “what is your favorite hymn?” That’s like asking “which one is your favorite kid?” Okay, well, maybe for me that’s not too far of a stretch. 1,210 more words

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The Road is Not Easy (and Nor Should It Be) / A Meditation on Pain.

To be human, and to live a human life is to be, (at least in part) almost continually beset by: pain, hardship, and obstacles.

Strangely, far from being the despicable and discouraging news that this, on the surface, appears to be; I believe that this is… 850 more words

Thoughts

Join us at Central

Here is this week’s video invitation to Central Church of Christ in Tuscaloosa, AL.  Come join us!

- Scott

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Heroes of Faith - Illustrated #Sermon of the Week: Know God and Be Strong!

HEROES OF FAITH: KNOW GOD, BE STRONG, HAVE GREAT ADVENTURES

(Beausejour Church – Pastor Chris Jordan)

To listen to or download the audio MP3, click… 1,554 more words

Christianity

Finding Forward

Sometimes it’s not easy to determine which way God wants us to go. The Israelites followed Moses, but when Moses left for a month, they took a seriously wrong turn! 11 more words

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