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Monday, July 31, 2017

A number of people who attended the service on July 23rd asked for a copy of the Prayer of Compassion that I read. The author is unknown and it is reprinted below:

Help Us Remember- Author Unknown

Heavenly Father,

Help us remember that the jerk who cut us off in traffic last night is a single father who worked nine hours that day and...

Monday, July 31, 2017

Ever feel the need to climb into someone’s lap for comfort?  Perhaps you’ve been feeling angry or sad or afraid. Perhaps you’ve been feeling alone, and memories of climbing into a parent’s lap are a comforting thought.  As we grow in life it becomes a bit impractical to sit on our parent’s laps, but we are never too big, too grown up or too...

Monday, July 17, 2017

The Sunday Messages on July 16th & 23rd were inspired by The Watermelon Credo by Wally Amos, better known as Famous Amos. The credo utilizes an acronym of the word Watermelon to provide some powerful tools for living.  In Part I of this Sunday Message series we covered the first five, WATER, and continued on to the second half, MELON, on...

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

“More precious than jewels,” is the noble woman according to the Book of Proverbs.  But, in a previous chapter, the same writer tells us that “Wisdom” is more precious than jewels.  Wisdom, also named Sophia in ancient texts, is the feminine aspect of the Divine, so desiring to know God that she gave birth to humankind.  She is the Divine...

Monday, December 26, 2016

Tipping Point or Turning Point?”As 2016 fades into the background, 2017 presents us with the possibility of a “tipping point,” the moment at which there is enough critical mass for a major change to occur.  Our personal “Tipping Point” also requires a critical mass of desire, thoughts and action. A "Turning Point" is much the same, but requires...

Monday, December 12, 2016

In this wondrous time of year, we witness the wonders of the first snow fall, of holiday lights and decorations, the glitter, the activity of giving, the excitement of children as they anticipate visits from Santa and extra days off from school. We hear the sounds of familiar carols playing in stores and churches and on car radios. And perhaps...

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