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Devotion: The Maturity Question

The Maturity Question Please review the scriptures from this weekend:  Ephesians 5:15-20 & 1 Timothy 4:11-16 Thinking about the concept of “maturity,” I have really been considering my character development lately in my experience of it and how I define it, and of course how...
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Many Faiths One Reason Blood Drive

Give blood and save lives Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | 12-6pm St. Mark’s United Methodist Church Family Life Center In partnership with local faith communities, The Nebraska Community Blood Bank is hosting a Many Faiths One Reason Blood Drive at St. Mark’s...
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Devotion: Waiting & Forgiveness

Waiting and Freedom – Reflections on our study in Exodus I’ll be the first to admit that our sermon study through the book of Exodus has stirred a lot of thought in my with-God life to the point that it consumes most of my free-time thoughts. And, with the stress of the COVID...
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Devotion: Exodus

“Still Pharaoh’s heart was hardened and he would not listen to them,as the Lord had said.”Exodus 7:13 I have frequently heard, in these days, “Why do people need to protest? Why are they so angry?” I acknowledge that there is no way to answer this complex issue easily in a short...
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Women’s Devotion: Riding a Roller Coaster of Emotions

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9  Does anyone else feel like you’ve been riding on a roller coaster for the past couple of months? Some...
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Devotion: Pentecost

Pentecost Please take a moment to read Acts 2:1-8,12-18,37-42 I am usually in bed by 10:30pm, but last Sunday night I wanted to see for myself what was going on in Lincoln. I saw reporters struggling to breathe because of tear gas in their lungs, and protesters having choices to...
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Devotion: The Call

In John’s gospel, Jesus confronts Peter by asking him three times, “Do you love me?” Peter is hurt because he remembers the three times he cowardly denied Christ during the passion. Peter is all too aware of his failure and commitment to even knowing Jesus. With Peter’s answer to...
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Prayer, Care, Visitation and Seniors Ministry in the midst of a Pandemic: We are blessed!

Prayer Ministry Prayers are needed more than ever. The Sheridan family is hungering to do something, and prayer helps fill that void, it grounds us and gives us purpose. We comfort ourselves and others by reaching out to ask for prayers for loved ones, and find strength in the...
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Devotion: False Information

False Information Let’s credit the chief priests with being some of the earliest spin doctors. When the reality of Jesus’ resurrection threatened their cozy status quo, they bribed the men guarding his tomb to say: A – We fell asleep on duty; and B – Some of his disciples took...
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Gathering for In-Person Worship Update

We are so looking forward to the day where we can worship together in person again. However, now is not the time. Watch Pastor Greg’s video to learn about how we are proceeding and why. At the time of this writing (mid-July), with case numbers as they are, our elected...
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God Sighting: Being a Blessing

During these days of social distancing and online learning, our high school youth are feeling a tremendous sense of loss in a variety of ways, especially the class of 2020. As such, several of our high school youth have been safely gathering in driveways. Recently, some youth...
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God Sighting: New Faith Traditions

Many things have changed in our world over the last couple of months and because of those changes, the Children’s Ministry Team has started to rely heavily on being able to reach families through our Children’s Ministry at Sheridan Lutheran Facebook group. Even though we haven’t...
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