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Devotion: Wisdom

Wisdom Please take the time to read Matthew 7:24-29 Maybe you’ve heard someone say it. Maybe you’ve even said it yourself: “I was this many days old (meaning today) when I learned (insert new discovery here).” Well, I was this many days old when I learned how to write a...
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Devotion: Stewardship

Stewardship Please take the time to read 2 Corinthians 9:6-12 When I pray in an official way – the kind where I attempt to cross my hands, close my eyes and still my mind rather than ask God questions and tell him stories he already knows, but I want to make sure he...
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Women’s Devotion: Listening & Trusting

“See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.”Isaiah 43:19 This is the third year in a row I’ve used this verse from Isaiah. I searched for another that inspired me, but I’m...
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Devotion: Trust

Trust Please take the time to read Proverbs 3:1-8 Last Sunday dawned on a dreary note. The sky was dark and heavy, COVID 19 was rearing its ugly head once more, Hurricane Ida was ravaging the city of New Orleans, the airlift in Afghanistan was nearing its deadline, and on and on...
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God Sighting: A Wedding Banquet of Generosity

A Wedding Banquet of Generosity I love weddings. I think it’s probably because I see so much love and commitment. Sure, there are nerves and emotions, but that’s all part of it. When two people say “I do” to each other, promising a life together where there is faith and...
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Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning Please take a moment to read the scripture from the weekend from Psalm 25:4-11. I have always been an inquisitive person. My parents often laugh about times when I was younger disassembling objects in the house “to see how they worked.” Even in my work now, I am...
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Devotion: Principles

Principles “… love one another, as I have loved you.”John 13:33-35 In the acclaimed book, Letters from a Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote, “The early Christians rejoiced when they were deemed worthy to suffer for what they believed. In those days, the church was not...
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Devotion: Final Fruits

Final Fruits Please take a moment and read the scripture from this weekend:Revelation 22:1-5 When I first read these verses from Revelation, my heart was drawn to the words, “and the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.” Over the past days I had been...
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Women’s Devotion: A Baby’s Cry

A Baby’s Cry Think of the last time you heard a baby cry. While this sound is uncomfortable for anyone to hear, it’s vital for a baby’s survival since it is their sole method of communication. We may wish a newborn could simply tell us what is wrong, yet an...
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Devotion: Discerning the Fruit

Discerning the Fruit Please review the scripture from the weekend: Luke 6:43-45 These verses use the tree metaphor to share a truth that sounds obvious, but is very profound: that what we put out into the world is always a result of what’s inside us. No matter how we try to mask...
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Devotion: Small Seeds of Faith

Small Seeds of Faith Please take a moment to read Matthew 13:31-34 It is easy to envision Jesus sitting down with a group of listeners gathered all around him as he shares with them this good news. The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, oh it may be the smallest seed to...
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God Sighting: Being a Blessing & Building the Church

It was a true honor to be asked by Ian to be a part of the 2021 Youth Mission Trip as a caring adult leader. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity for this mountain-top experience alongside my daughter, Kimbal, 39 youth and 12 adult and college leaders. And it was so much...
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