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Great is thy Faithfulness

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As I was letting my dog outside in the very early morning hours, I heard an owl hoot in the distance.  No sooner had the owl declared its presence, another bird joined in the song. This duet suddenly exploded into a chorus. It was their Alleluia song which radiated through the...

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Storytime - Backyard Alleluia

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It's Friday, and that means that our devotion today is Storytime.  Pastor Sara tells us how our backyard can be an Alleluia! Here are some resources to use at home: Family Activities Bible Story Kidstuff

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Listen for an Alleluia

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In Michelle Obama’s book Becoming, she recalls her very first piano recital as a young child.  Michelle’s aunt was her piano teacher and since their family lived in the upstairs apartment of her aunt’s home, piano lessons were just down the stairs.  She practiced on...

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We are not Wholly Alone!

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The poet Robert Frost once described his initial joy in making a poem as “The surprise of remembering something I didn’t know I knew.” In his poem, “Directive,” Frost describes a grief that is enormous and incomprehensible. It tells of how the carefully built...

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God Give Me Strength

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“I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength” – Philippians 4:13 The Prison of Addiction One of my favorite books in the Bible is Philippians. Besides the fact that it is referred to as the “Book of Joy” it is also my favorite book because...

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Our New Reality

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So church buildings are locked. How strange…how scary. This virus has taken away so much of what we took for granted—going to worship, going to work, going to the mall, having coffee with the neighbors. In so many ways we need to adjust to our new reality—including not going...

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In the Valley of the Shadow

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It is Saturday. For Jesus’ disciples, the Sabbath. The cross is empty. And so it seems are their lives and their hopes. There is only silence, so deafening they can not only feel but hear the fear in their thumping hearts. We can only imagine this day between—because the gospels are...

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Storytime with Ms. Gena

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It's Friday, and that means STORYTIME! Here are some resources families can use at home: Easter Family Activities Easter Story for Preschool Bible Story - The Empty Tomb KidStuff for Friday KidStuff for Easter Remember to join us online for worship on Good Friday and Easter Sunday!...

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You've Got a Friend

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In our current situation, I find myself cleaning my house with more detail than usual. I want to clean all those germs away, especially with all of us staying home! When I was growing up we had Saturday chores. My mom would put records on the stereo, turn up the volume and we would each do the...

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Cohabitants on a Fragile Planet

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Better is a little with righteousness, than great revenues without righteousness. – Proverbs: 16:8 It was in 1968 when astronauts took the iconic picture Earthrise from the surface of the moon. Despite tremendously unsettled and upsetting times, assassinations and the horrors of the...

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