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Places, Spaces, and Faces

Sometimes it is hard to get out of our boxes.  In many ways we settle into routines and ways of doing things.  Too often we allow stereotypes to determine how we see situations and people we encounter.   257 more words

Let the judgment begin!

This just in – it is perfectly alright for you to judge!
This is the most exciting news for Christianity! I, personally, am thrilled about it. 484 more words

Morning Thought With Pastor Tim

Lessons From Adonijah

I studied the first chapter of 1 Kings, a chapter I often read with very little attention, one early morning. About 1am-ish. I read about how king David, the man we know very well as being one who was constantly after God’s heart, was very weak at the age of seventy, and how Adonijah, his eldest son, seemingly took advantage of his father’s frail plight and made himself king, despite public knowledge that the one supposed to be David’s successor was actually Solomon. 660 more words


Noah's Ark: A Picture of Jesus Christ

Jesus compared the days we are living in to the days of Noah. He said:

But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. 1,117 more words


The Door is Beginning to Close

The Age of Grace is nearing its end.

It’s time to get on board the Ark.

There is a storm approaching

A big one.

When God shuts that door… 151 more words


Word Wednesday: Somewhere Over the Rainbow

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“I have set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. 1,162 more words

Weekly Devotionals

Honoring the Body of Christ

For if you eat the bread or drink the cup without honoring the body of Christ, you are eating and drinking God’s judgment upon yourself. — 11:29… 17 more words

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