Monthly Archives: June 2022

Peace, Angst, and the American Way

The early Superman comics said that he stood for, “Truth, justice, and the American way.” I think that we could say that today Americans might stand for peace, angst and the American way. We say we want peace. Yet we choose angst. Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 65 – Jesus… Both Humble and Great

Can anything good come from Nazareth? Nathaniel the apostle asked this question of his friend Phillip right before he met Jesus. It’s like us asking the question, “Can anything good come from a dump like this?” Jesus was a human being, like us in so many ways. How can we know that He can save us? Continue reading

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Walking in Faith in the Love of God

There’s a song from the 20th century that asks this question: “What’s love got to do with it?” When we think about the things we believe and put our faith in, we usually think about its truth. However, over and over in the Word of God we are told that our faith is placed in God because of what His love does in us. Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 64b – Promises… Promises – Worship and Concert

“Promises, promises…” We use that expression when we expect that someone won’t do something they said they would do. It is so important for us to keep our promises to one another. Spouses need to keep their promises to each other. Parents need to keep their promises to their kids. We need to keep our word in our communities. Yet even more significant is this – God keeps His promises to us! Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 64 – Promises… Promises

“Promises, promises…” We use that expression when we expect that someone won’t do something they said they would do. It is so important for us to keep our promises to one another. Spouses need to keep their promises to each other. Parents need to keep their promises to their kids. We need to keep our word in our communities. Yet even more significant is this – God keeps His promises to us! Continue reading

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Fear & Hope

Fear is all around us. We watch scary movies. We are afraid because of terrorists, diseases, and natural disasters. We are afraid for our children, our parents, ourselves. So when we read in the Scriptures to not be afraid, it can appear to be a pipe dream. What is this power that God seems to think we have to not be afraid? That power is hope! Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 63 – Hey Paul, It’s Romans!

Well, I wasn’t able to join the Lighthouse this week! Jeff, Ed, and Steve shared from Romans 1. I wasn’t there to hear them so we are just going to have to talk about Romans 1:1 all on our own. The question I have as we begin? Doesn’t Paul know that “chosen” and “set-apart” language is outdated? Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 62b – Ready to Make Amends?

We say that we are sorry for our mistakes, but are we really ready to make amends? Are we ready to make right those mistakes? Is there a time when we shouldn’t bring those things up? All this and more is what we are talking about this week At Calvary! Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 62a – Ready to Make Amends?

We say that we are sorry for our mistakes, but are we really ready to make amends? Are we ready to make right those mistakes? Is there a time when we shouldn’t bring those things up? All this and more is what we are talking about this week At Calvary! Continue reading

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