Get OFF the Ladder! Video Post of Sermon

You may be at the top of the ladder looking down; you may be at the bottom of the ladder trying to climb up . . . either way, GET OFF THE LADDER!!!!!

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Unfortunately, It’s Bad News

Rob Still is a wonderful friend and former neighbor of ours. He has a fabulous ministry of leading worship and singing and being a bright light to many. He has a wonderful blog at We ask God’s blessing and healing for this dear man of God. You will not want to miss this Blog! Click below and READ! IT IS POWERFUL.

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The Scandal of Christmas

The scandalous nature of God becoming a human being slips beyond our grasp. We keep the event in the world, but just barely. Dare we truly think of God in human form?

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A Bible Study for Christmas Sunday

Pastors & Teachers:

Here is an idea for an interactive Bible Study you can use for Christmas Sunday. It is a Biblical Biography of Mary, the Mother of Jesus.

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God Is Not Dead

Tragedy struck both the nation and the Longfellow family in 1861. The opening salvos of the American Civil War were fired on April 12th. Fanny Longfellow was fatally burned in an accident in her home three months later on July 10th. After trimming her seven-year-old daughter’s hair, Fanny decided to preserve the clippings in sealing wax. Melting a bar of sealing wax with a candle, a few drops fell on her dress. The breeze gusted through the window igniting Fanny’s dress and immediately wrapped her in flames.

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The birth of Christ the King is a glorious story. As we come to the end of the first week of Advent, let’s outline seven members of the cast of players in this world changing drama:

1-The Baby occupies center stage. Angels sing “Glory to God in the highest.” The baby swaddled, in the feeding trough, in a stable, is the hope of the world.


Evil’s Fury and God’s Purpose

In infinite compassion, our Sovereign God works in relationship with his faithful people to weave together the pain, the evil, and the loss in order to advance Christ’s Kingdom in the world. The responsibility for the evil actions sits squarely on the shoulders of the evildoers. God is NOT the author of evil. God is our creator who continues to create through his power and compassion and relationship with us, his people. He asks us to join him in creating an answer to the question, “What shall we create out of this evil deed that will advance Heaven’s purpose?”

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