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Why I wear a mask at church – Guest blog

by Amy Jakes   May 27, 2020 Remind them to be submissive to rulers and authorities, to be obedient, to be ready for every good work, to speak evil of no one, to avoid quarreling, to be gentle, and to show … Continue reading

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Jesus is my Enough

When was the last time you heard people sing with abandon about Jesus? I have two events every year when I am surrounded by people who are doing that. The first is my pastors’ conference in February. The second is … Continue reading

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Live it Out

Paul said, “Be imitators of me, just as I also am of Christ.”  1 Corinthians 11:1 Quite a statement! It is just 11 words, but it speaks of Paul’s desire to see those around him become like Jesus.  It speaks of … Continue reading

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Is Following Complicated?

Sometimes we make things difficult that are actually straight forward.  Have you ever put together a tent?  I have seen people spend what seemed like hours in a jumbled up mess.  Then, suddenly, they looked at the directions in a … Continue reading

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An Encounter with God

I have a wonderment this week. I wonder if the only ones who truly try to meet with God are the fringe elements of our family. No, I am not talking about all of us who have meetings about God, but when it comes to meeting God on a Sunday morning (or any day of the week for that matter) is an experience of God’s presence only reserved for the fanatic or the disturbed? Continue reading

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At Calvary – Ep 8– Discipline in the Family

Discipline. There are certainly many types. However, when it comes to parents disciplining their children it is important for us to get it right. What is parental discipline? Is it punishment for bad behavior? Isn’t it something more? Continue reading

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A Benefit of Living in Love

The Bible challenges to love each other. However, God doesn’t just tell us to go and love each other. He certainly could, but He doesn’t. He also tells us specific blessings that come with living by that love by which … Continue reading

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