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On This Memorial Day

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Memorial Day is an American holiday......

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Hospitality is not optional

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Hospitality is a subject we talk a lot about. God seems to be pushing me to actually DO something about it..........

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Pastor Briefing: The Basics Conference, May 2019

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It is Monday, May 6 and I am with Michael Lyons and Isaac Gould. We are taking part in the Basics Pastors' Conference in Chagrin Falls, OH (near Cleveland) at Parkside Church hosted by pastor and author, Alistair Begg . The conference runs through Wednesday, May 8. The keynote speakers include Alistair Begg, Rico Tice, and Andy Gemmill. I would guess there are around 1000 ...

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Living the Resurrection Life

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The truth of the resurrection means I live differently today, in the days and weeks after Easter in very practical ways....

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The Storm-Tossed Family

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Last week I posted about some of the books I've been reading of late; now I want to dive into one in particular....

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On My Reading Shelf

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Here's a look at what I've recently read or am reading right now...

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What happening for women at ECC?

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An overview of what it happening for women at ECC....

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A Tragedy for Western Civilization

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The burning of Notre Dame is a tragedy for all Western Civilization......

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God & Post-it Notes

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I have a student - let’s call him Karl - who’s a bit fidgety in choir class......

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Remember Bonhoeffer

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On this date, April 9, in 1945 Dietrich Bonhoeffer was put to death by Nazi guards at the Flossenbrg death camp. They hung him. Bonhoeffer, who stood up with his Christian convictions, refused to submit to the idols of the Nazi regime. And it cost him his life. I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now ...

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