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Foundations

Our world is full of disasters – famines, fires, floods, fighting – all bringing destruction and death. Would you “hold up” under such pressure?

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The Movement of The Holy Spirit

Each August there is the bittersweet reality of change on the horizon. Summer is half over and Fall looms in the future. School supply lists, schedules, fall sports, hayrides, changing leaves - all are part of the transition from Summer to Fall; it is inevitable. I’ve...

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Be Still and Know

“Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10) Have you ever meditated on this verse? The first four words are both a command and an invitation inextricably linked to the declaration made in the last half of the verse, for it is impossible to be still unless one has...

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Choosing Songs 101

I have not written a lot of original worship music, but I love writing poetry based on biblical truths. With so many worship bands and songs available, many of us struggle to determine what makes a good song. In the next couple of months, I want to talk about how...

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Called by God’s Name

By Lynn Metier There are numerous Scriptural references to being called by God’s name. The prophet Jeremiah claimed: “I have been called by Thy name, O LORD God of hosts.” (Jeremiah 15:16b) What does it mean to be called by the name of the LORD? While the Hebrew name...

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Diligent Parenting

As parents it is so important that we be diligent in the way we treat, pray for, and raise our children. In this article I wanted to share some tips on how to diligently parent our children, including our teens. These tips I have learned while ministering to teens and...

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Preparing Our Hearts

You walk into church Sunday morning feeling groggy and tired. You are running late, so you walk into the sanctuary halfway through the worship set. You are thinking, “Where did the weekend go? Why is tomorrow Monday? Why am I even here when I have so much to do at...

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A July Hiatus

Summer has arrived and with it VBS, swimming, family vacations, cook outs, graduation parties, and so much more. The summer brings transition; school is out for the children, and some workplaces allow for summer dress code, some even shorten the work day. This July...

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God Calling

Recently we noted that God called to Adam, when he was hiding in the garden, to ask: "Where are you?" A study through the New Testament reveals that God continues to call out to mankind for many reasons and purposes. In Matthew 2:15, the Old Testament prophet Hosea is...

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Struggling

As a parent the biggest concern I deal with (and pray about) on a daily basis is my children’s relationship with God as they grow up. The idea that our kids might doubt, or turn away from God completely, isn’t something that’s easy to think about. But it’s important. ...

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Warfare

I cannot tell you how many times I have heard people talk about the insignificance of worship in church. Unfortunately, many people view worship as something that simply happens before and after the message, as if singing praise is just a form of musical...

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Keep Walking With Jesus

Colossians 2:6-7 As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him: Rooted and built up in him, and established in the faith, as ye have been taught, abounding therein with thanksgiving. 2 Peter 3:18 But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our...

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Relational Spring Cleaning

It’s April! I love the Springtime. New life, new opportunity. Just like a good Spring cleaning, we as parents, spouses, and followers of Christ need to clean up our own personal lives and walks. Right now marriages are struggling and families are being destroyed. It’s...

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