Monthly Archives: August 2014

Who Are We, and What Are We About? (part 2)

In my last posting I reflected on an important question for the church (not just individual Christians) to think about: “Who are we and what are we about?” We looked at Scripture to get a glimpse of who the Bible says … Continue reading

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Who Are We; And What Are We About? (part 1)

A youth minister that a few of our old-timers will remember, Reid Moon, was fairly famous for his questions that seemed to come right out of left field—that would make you think a little deeper. One of his more famous … Continue reading

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But First We Must Run Aground

Last Sunday I preached from Acts 27:25, where Paul tells the crew and other passengers on his storm-embattled ship that he had received a message from God that everyone on board would be saved—and he believed God. A short statement … Continue reading

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