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Devotion: Mary at the Cross

No parent should ever have to suffer the loss of a child. It is contrary to nature’s life cycle of parents preceding their children in death. Reading this passage in John, we see Mary, the mother of Jesus, and her spiritual family near the cross of Jesus looking...
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A Sheridan Update on the COVID-19 Health Crisis

Sheridan Lutheran has been faring well during the weeks since our lives have been turned upside-down. We have been extremely satisfied with the number of worshipers and the engagement in our livestream worship services on Wednesdays and Sundays. So, thank you! We...
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Devotion: Faith, Not Fear

Faith, Not Fear In his live-streamed sermon this past Sunday, Pastor. Eric unpacked the meaning of three encounters Jesus has on his walk to the cross. Simon of Cyrene is conscripted to carry his cross. Women followers of Jesus are weeping for what’s coming. And the Pharisees are...
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Devotion: Pilate

Pilate Pilate was definitely in a tough situation with Jesus. While we know he wasn’t a good person, he seemed to recognize Jesus was innocent and that sentencing him to die would be unjust. He also saw that refusing to convict Jesus would lead to chaos among the crowd who had...
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Devotion: Peter

I loved Pastor Michelle’s message Sunday, didn’t you? After all, the apostle Peter was a person I can identify with. I mean it, seriously. Peter’s heart was usually in the right place. He just had a serious case of “Open Mouth; Insert Foot” syndrome. He was always for the...
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Sheridan’s Response to Cold, Flu and Virus Season

We are planning to gather for worship the weekend of March 14 & 15. If you are unable to join us in person, worship online with our Livestream at 9:45am on Sunday. At Sheridan, we want you to know that as a team we are monitoring the news and recommendations about Coronavirus...
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Devotion: Pain Hurts

Luke 22:39-46 Jesus Prays on the Mount of Olives“Jesus went out as usual to the Mount of Olives, and his disciples followed him. On reaching the place, he said to them, “Pray that you will not fall into temptation.” He withdrew about a stone’s throw beyond them, knelt down...
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Devotion: Forgiveness

Any way you look at it, the act of forgiveness is typically not easy. But wouldn’t it be accurate to say that forgiveness is worth it? As Christians, extending and receiving forgiveness is at the heart of our belief and relationship with Jesus. In Matthew 18 (v21-22), I believe...
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Lent Ingathering

For Lent we are asking each Sheridan household to commit to the 40 Days, 40 Items Lenten Ingathering. You can choose to meet one of two suggested needs: Elders at Tabitha or individuals/families at Barnabas or do both! Here is how it works: Find a bag, box or tote. (Use 2...
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Devotion: Service

Service Every time I hear the part of this story from Mark, where James and John ask Jesus to grant them a seat at his side, my initial thought is, “Who has the nerve to demand that Jesus save them a seat?” Is it the self-centered, ego-driven type that needs to be seen with the...
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Devotion: Passion

Take a moment to read the scripture passages from the weekend: Song of Solomon 8:6-7 & 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 What is your passion? Do you have a strong emotion or boundless enthusiasm for something or someone? After so many years of waiting, you might answer, the Kansas City...
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Women’s Devotion: Fingerprints

Fingerprints “Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him.” Luke 24:31a In this cold and flu season, fingerprints are getting a bad rap as deposits of contagious germs. There is a VBS song with the lyrics “God’s fingerprints are everywhere, just to show how...
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