We are all sinners and that is ok. God’s Love is all of us
Scripture: 1 Timothy 1:12-17
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On many levels the story of how God called Jeremiah encourages reflection on how God called too. How does this story remind you of your called to faith?
Location can be a destination point. But location can also be a place in your heart during a specific place in time. The Garden of Eden could be that location where we fulfill God’s promises. We have a purpose in God’s Plan. Our final location will be in the Garden near the River of Life.
Sometimes God is silent when you’re hoping for answers. Then when He does speak, He sends you right back to where you were. How does the title “The Gift of Yourself” fit in to this? Listen to the Sermon and it will all come together.
On Giving Up Our Security Blankets
We have security blankets that are more expensive than blankets. This Sunday will challenge our security in abundance.
How do you deal with opposition? Do you fight it or embrace it? Listen in to learn more!
Stop in and listen as Sam Dance By Sam Dance describes his grandparents Front Porch as the center of the universe. If you close your eyes and listen carefully, Sam will whisk you back to memories of your Front Porch.
On this first day of Pentecost, come check out the ultimate surprise party, at the New York State Fair Grounds. Which RV are you in?
There COULD be a case made for that label. For God’s sake, he’s been called a lot worse! What traits does he share with our truly beloved millennials? And what would we do if he jumped into our boat?
February 10, 2019
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