Monthly Archive: March 2016

Mar 31

In the Beginning…

Did you hear the joke about the scientist who told God he wasn’t needed anymore? It goes like this: God was once approached by a scientist who said, “Listen, God, we’ve decided we don’t need you anymore. These days we can clone people, transplant organs and do all sorts of things that used to be …

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Mar 24

Stop Looking for the Living Among the Dead

When I was a young boy, I remember riding down the street one summer day in my dad’s pickup truck. He pointed out the window and asked nonchalantly, “How many people live there you think?” as we passed a little rural church cemetery. Immediately, I started estimating how many rows and headstones in each row. …

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Mar 17

Easter is Coming!

As we approach Easter a lot of attention turns to the death and resurrection of Christ. There are both critics and supporters looking into the different details of Jesus’ death. For instance, in Matthew 27:45-54 we see a flurry of amazing events: The sky is darkened, the curtain in the temple is ripped from top …

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Mar 10

Blindness

I go through my whole day rarely thinking about the fact that I can see what’s around me. It’s times like walking into a dark room when I realize how dependent I am on sight. The other night I heard an odd noise from my two-year-old’s room while he was asleep. I stealthily slipped into …

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Mar 07

News to Know – MArch 2016

No LifeGroups Easter Morning (March 27th). We are requesting that Lifegroups not meet Easter Morning due to the number of people expected to attend church and the need to have more space in the parking lots, better flow in hallways, etc. Thank you for understanding and sacrificing to help the visitors that we expect that …

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Mar 03

The Hour has Come

Weddings are always extremely special events for both the bride and groom, but also family and friends. They normally take months, if not longer, to plan. I know many women started planning and dreaming of their wedding days as young girls. On the other hand, I don’t know any guys who ever thought about the …

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