“Master Marketing”

HERSHEY’S KISSMOBILE Cruiser, the chocolate lover’s dream machine, is traveling to small towns and large cities across North America bringing smiles to kids of all ages and sharing the message that, “Every kid deserves hugs and kisses” especially HERSHEY’S HUGS and KISSES brand chocolates. Two HERSHEY’S KISSMOBILE Cruisers, each accompanied by two Chocolate Ambassadors, will visit over 70 North American cities, driving more than 75,000 miles. (see hershey’s.com)  There are marketing masters and those who are to market the master.  How do we do that effectively?  What is the advertisement of our lives?  Mark 8: 27-38

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Kids Questions 3: “Can I have a brother or sister?”

Kids Questions 3:  Can I have a brother or sister?  Mommy says Santa does not bring them…who does?  Carter Buckman

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Kids Questions 2: “What is the Thing that Separates Life and Death?”

Kids Questions 2: re “life and death…What is the thing that separates life and death?”  Parker Ventura    Matthew 12.46-50

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Kids Questions 1: “Who created God and How did God make everything in the world?”

Kids Questions 1: “Who created God  and How did God make everything in the world?”  Jordan and Carly Devereaux   Genesis 1-2.3

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“Experiencing the Living God: An Interview with the Elders – Part 2”

A panel dialogue around the question:  What difference does being a Christian mean to you and how do you talk about that with others?  Matthew 28: 20 1 Peter 3: 15

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“Experiencing the Living God: An Interview with the Elders – Part 1”

A panel dialogue around the question:  What difference does being a Christian mean to you and how do you talk about that with others?   Matthew 28: 20 1 Peter 3: 15

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“Comfort According to Calvin”

A sermon to commemorate John Calvin’s 500 b-day July 10, 1509 Blessed be the Lord forevermore.  In spite of everything faith in God remains steadfast.   Psalm 89:20-37 Isaiah 40.1-11

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“Thin Places”

The psalmist says God is in citadels.  What does it mean to say that God dwells in this place and that.…this thin veil between God and us…where are these for us?  What do we seek when we go there?  Psalm 48

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“On Waiting…”

The psalmist waits FOR THE LORD!  This is huge!  May our waiting have this determination to it…even in the midst of darkness.  Psalm 130
Due to technical difficulties the recording for this Sunday is not audible. The word “Wait” appears in the Bible 89 times. How many times does the word wait or waiting appear in your life?  Please read Paslm 130 and take a moment to reflect how the “song of ascents” fits in your life.

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Debrief Last Week…

“Debrief last week…Faith in Action? Sharing groups” What were the blessings of our doings?  What next?  What now?  FISHBOWL model with walking teams?  James 1.22-27

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