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Running Instead of Walking

Psalm 119:32 in Young’s Literal Translation says, “The way of Thy commands I run, For Thou dost enlarge my heart!”

So many times when I imagine my Christian life, I picture a slow plodding, a testing of each step to make sure there are no land mines and honestly, a rather slow experience overall. 616 more words

Christian Walk

When "I'll Pray for You" Is An Insult

Sometimes words said with good intention can be insulting. We live in a world where it’s easier than ever to comment on a friend or family member’s trials, triumphs, and everything in-between. 569 more words

Loving Others

Love Them Enough to Be Offensive

It was a beautiful morning and many were on their way to church never expecting this day to be any different than others. Walking up to church there was always a lot of commotion and people talking, so it was easy to be distracted and not see the newcomer walking into the church and becoming agitated – that is, not until it was too late.   621 more words


September 26


a good day to put on a different pair of shoes.

“Always be humble and gentle. Be patient with each other, making allowances for each other’s faults because of your love.” … 430 more words

"TODAY IS....A Gift From God"

It's Not Selfish: Why Personal Stewardship is One of the Most Loving Things You Can Do For Others

As I explained in my previous blog (Back to Basics: What God is Teaching Me about Stewardship), I’ve lead a life piled high with responsibilities that I didn’t necessarily choose and God didn’t ordain. 1,933 more words

Loving Others

Life is Short...Live it Well

When you find yourself suddenly entering a new decade of life, it certainly changes your perspective on time.

Hitting the big 50 milestone marker became reality for me recently. 665 more words


What Is Most Important…?

September 18, 2016

Stetson Memorial United Methodist Church

The Body of Christ…?

What really matters?

Matthew 25:36-46

Psalm 150




Prayer of adoration and for God’s illumination so that His Word would be heard through me or in spite of me… 807 more words