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He was Lost and is Found

It was a warm day and as usual I was trying to get some sleep before going to work. The usual routine is to get some breakfast, do some chores and then sleep. 693 more words

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Does the Church Control Salvation?

This was the title of the November 23rd sermon at Minneapolis’ Westminster Presbyterian Church by our Senior Pastor, Rev. Dr. Timothy Hart-Andersen.[1]

The Scripture passages for the day were… 1,259 more words


Sing to God

Psalm 105:2: Sing to him, sing praises to him; tell of all his wondrous works!

A song is melody added to words. Music is such a powerful tool of self-expression that defines different culture in the world and is constantly evolving. 1,041 more words


My Journey To A Profound Conversion

“No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draw him, and I will raise him on the last day.” (John 6:44)

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Growing in love through service: What will you do with your gift?

Last time we opened our eyes in “doing something” for God. The easiest way to do this is to fill up on love from God and allow his compassion to work through us. 1,868 more words

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Often Prodigal, Always Forgiven

+ My first ever sermon.  I preached at University Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA on March 10, 2013 +

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