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In Awe of God

Text: Ecclesiastes 3:9-22 If any of you have every tried to read Ecclesiastes all the way through, you may have found it to be a frustrating and maybe circular read. Its observations about life can certainly come across as being far more cynical and jaded than other parts of the Bible. That is deliberate. Ecclesiastes […]

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The “Good” Samaritan?

Text: Luke 10:25-37 There is a real problem with familiarity. Stories that are simply part of the cultural consciousness, it seems pointless to retell them, because everybody knows them. Many Biblical stories fall into this category, tales that are so familiar that even people who are not familiar with Christian traditions are aware of them. […]

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Appreciating the Common Miracle

Text: 2 Kings 5:1-14 What does a miracle look like? It’s a powerful and important question, and far more relevant today than we realize. A common theme throughout my preaching is helping us realize we have more in common with the characters in the Bible than we realize. But because of time, or maybe an […]

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Feeling Ready

Text: 2 Kings 2:1-2, 6-14 One of my big roles in being a parent is being the one to get up when one of our kids calls out in the middle of the night. Megan is now long past it, but Ian, well, I can usually guarantee that if we have pizza for supper, at […]

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