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Mothers Day is a special day set aside for just that...to honor our Mothers! (“honor” = honor, revere, value)
Pastor Glenn Miller looks at the book of Matthew this year as we celebrate Mother's Day!
Putting the U in chUrch: Followers May 12, 2013 (Mother’s Day) Text: Ephesians 4:11-16; I Timothy 4:11-16 Key Thought: Learning to follow Christ more closely is a function of God’s church – and we do it together. This will continue until we all come to such unity in our faith and knowledge of God’s Son that we will be mature in the Lord, measuring up to the full and complete standard of Christ. Ephesians 4:13, NLT
It's easy to lose track of God and what he's doing. How do you look in and remember his many blessings in your life? Sometimes all it takes is a rock.
The National Day of Prayer is being observed in the nation's capitol from 9 till noon today. Family Life's Sarah Harnisch attended services today at the Almond Union of Churches in Almond, New York. Steve Dygert is the pastor.
Jason McGuire with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms talks about Legislative Day at the NYS Capital - coming up March 19th in Albany
This week we celebrate Thanksgiving as a holiday. A holiday is where we take one day of the year to pause and pay special attention. On a holiday we shift the schedule in order to celebrate some event or person that deserves our special attention. If it happens all the time it isn’t really a special day. In other words, a holiday is a holy day.
Pastor Tommy Murray references the NFL pre-season to emphasize that is now time to move forward, renew our faith in God and an opportunity to become a better person, giving more to and for others, treating people better, etc. He encouraged us to be imitators of God and live a live of love (Ephesians 5:1-2). Key Points: 1) Admit that you have sinned; 2) Believe that Jesus Christ is Lord; and 3) Confess Sins. It's a new season; it's a new Day --Move Forward in your walk with Christ!
This is the third week of our series through the parables of Jesus. This week, Jared shares insights from the Parable of the Sower