Weakness Equals Strength

The apostle Paul said some confusing things. At certain points in his letters, as you a reading along you may begin to wonder if this guy was a little crazy. (Read Romans 7 for a little trip down confusion alley!) I have recently come to a deeper understanding of at least one passage. 2 Corinthians 12:9-10 (CEB): “So, I’ll gladly spend my time bragging […]

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Walking By Faith

Our church has been going through Romans, and right now focusing on faith. Particularly in Romans 4 how Abraham was considered righteous before God because of faith and not actions. It pointed out the fact he was credited with righteousness before being given the sign of circumcision and being called out. Did you see that? His outward actions didn’t made him […]

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What To Do Wednesdays

With activities and social gatherings limited, we want to help you with some new ideas to have fun with your family. Each Wednesday on our social media pages, we’ll ask for ideas in a specific category. We’ll add the responses below as we get them. **Note: these ideas come right from listeners on our social […]

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A Christmas Like No Other

Christmas is a time of year when we can look forward to celebrating the birth of Jesus with family and friends. But in typical 2020 fashion, this Christmas is little tougher to handle than usual. Preparing for Christmas has always been a tough time for me. The anxiety and stress about all the family get-togethers, […]

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Christmas This Year…

Okay, I’m not going to start singing the TobyMac song of the same name… but this is an appropriate title for this BLOG. This year unlike any other in my memory and for many others, it has been a very strange and unusual year. The whole thing of Covid-19 and lockdowns, numbers go down, they […]

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We’ve read, but do we know?

I come from a big Italian family. So big that each year we have to rent a hall for our Christmas gatherings to see each other because if we didn’t, there would be no way we could fit in just one person’s house. (Unless someone secretly lives in a mansion and is holding out on […]

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Trumping Tribalism

If there’s anything we do well as Christians, it’s rally together towards a common cause. We’re quick to find camaraderie, to confide in similar values, and to point others to our hope in Christ. After all it was Jesus who said, “My prayer is…that all of them [who believe] may be one, Father, just as […]

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