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God’s Priority

We are in a new sermon series on Sundays, Dignity Restored, where we are looking at the ministry of Jesus to restore broken bodies, broken hearts, broke spirits. Fundamentally, that restoration has its grounding in the life, death and resurrection…

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You are Forgiven

We are in n a new series in the Gospel of Luke. The sermon series on Sundays is Dignity Restored and it looks at the ministry of Jesus to restore: restore broken bodies, broken hearts, broken spirits. Jesus is on…

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No Ordinary People

We are starting a new sermon and devotional series: Dignity Restored. Its a look at the ministry of Jesus to restore… restore broken bodies… broken hearts. Its really about Jesus’ mission to restore our humanity… restore our dignity. Fundamentally, that…

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Dad, Is That True?

Greetings Aberdeen and Safe Harbor folks. I wanted to share with you some thoughts about the New Year and some recollections of New Years’ past. It was New Year’s Eve, 1999. I was in the living room of our first…

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The Dark Makes Hope Stand Out

SPOILER WARNING! This is blog assumes Christmas 2021 has already happened and contains some material from the Safe Harbor Sermon for 12/26/21! But I didn’t want to post during the Christmas weekend. Have a wonderful Christmas! Greetings and Merry Christmas…

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PEACE: God’s Care Brings Him to the Waste Places

Peace seems like an elusive thing It has been & remains one of my heartfelt prayers to be a man of peace & a man at peace… but prayer hasn’t been granted… yet. Perhaps you aren’t like this, but at…

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JOY: Sometimes We Get Good News

This week is the Third Sunday of Advent… Sometimes referred to as Gaudette Sunday. Where does that name come from? In Latin, gaudia means joy… from Latin, gaudia became joie in Old French (“joie de vivre”)… and in English became…

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Have You Ever Been Serenaded?

This week is the Second Sunday of Advent… Advent being the season where we prepare for the “arrival” of the Christ Child. The idea is that we prepare our hearts and minds to celebrate the coming of the Son of…

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As Good As It Gets?

Number of years ago, I watched the movie, As Good As It Gets. It stars Jack Nicholson as a writer with obsessive compulsive disorder. He is a man of great accomplishments but miserable in his life and miserable to be…

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Who Is My Neighbor?

As we enter this holiday season beginning with Thanksgiving, our attention naturally goes to our family and friends. We think about celebrations with people we know and love. That’s right and good but we may unintentionally exclude people who cross…

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