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More Than Eyewitnesses

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See No Evil, Hear No Evil is the name of a 1989 comedy film starring Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. The premise was simple enough. Pryor plays a blind man and Wilder plays a deaf man. Collectively they witness a homicide and need to depend on one another to relate what happened to the police. I honestly cannot remember if I saw the movie or not, but it's probably good cons...

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God's Answering Machine

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Mark's Gospel is abrupt and straight to the point when it comes to Easter morning....

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Doing vs. Being

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Most of us have a bias toward action and doing as opposed to inaction or just being. What can we learn from Peter's reaction to the miracle of the Transfiguration?...

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Intro to Holy Week

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In case you are not familiar, here is an introduction to the services of Holy Week...

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A Walk in the Park

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A Walk in the park on the cusp of Spring reminds us of how nature is ready to burst forth in life. So much potential, and this is like our relationship with God at all times...

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Let's Build Together

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An original analogy for church work from the Book of Nehemiah....

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On Our Terms

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Getting to the heart of Jesus' clearing out of the Temple courts in John chapter 2...

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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

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Pastor Chuck has Psalm 139 on his mind lately......

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True Knowledge

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Paul challenges the believers in Corinth to put Christian concern for their brothers and sisters above personal freedom....

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Silos to Spokes

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Paul's directive for married men to live as if they have no wives can easily be misunderstood. What is there behind this command in 1 Corinthians?...

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