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Dad, may I please have...?

“His lord said unto him, Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.” 313 more words

Jesus

"God of Grace & God of Glory" (John 12:20-26), Sunday Nov. 19, 2017

Call to Worship   

L:         God makes springs gush forth in the valleys, flowing between the plains.

P:         We drink from the well of salvation!

L:         God brings food from the earth and bread to strengthen the human heart.

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Sermon

Oh, What Could You Do With A Talent? (Part 1)

Matthew 25:14-15
“For it is as if a man, going on a journey, summoned his slaves and entrusted his property to them; to one he gave five talents, to another two, to another one, to each according to his ability. 1,137 more words

Devotions

From 2nd to 4th via The Naughty Step...

Here is the full video of the yellow flag violation:

So, yeah, I had no idea I’d done anything wrong, as I either didn’t see the yellow flag (the only thing I cared about in that race was the white car behind me) or thought the marshals further on had the green flag. 1,439 more words

Formula Vee

The Plans of the Diligent Lead to Profit

I was thinking briefly about retirement today and about getting to do the things that I want to do. I was thinking about how nice it is when I am able to take time for myself and just unplug, but then I got to thinking about how many people will never really be able to experience being able to do what they want to do when they get older and it made me feel very grateful for the situation that God has placed us in. 857 more words

Financial Wisdom

REVIEW: WITCHES OF THE REVOLUTION

Publisher: Atlas Games

Producer: Jeff Tiball

Graphic Designer: Nicolas Gluesenkamp

Game Design: M. Craig Stockwell

Illustration: James Mosingo & Allen Washburn

Play Time & Player Count : 45 to 60 minutes, 1 to 4 players… 1,500 more words

Blog

Don't change the rules as you're playing the game

The 2017 United States Grand Prix will be remembered for many reasons. The appearance of a 72-year-old boxing announcer to introduce drivers in a ceremony which, while spectacular, was longer than a 1970s rock song; Fernando Alonso following the stage directions of “be a beast in qualifying, a beast in the race until the Honda breaks, followed by a sarcastic remark over the radio”; the race in which Lewis Hamilton virtually wrapped up the title (dammit). 747 more words

Formula 1