Monthly Archives: July 2012

7/29 Ephesians: “Refocusing the Fight for the Family”

In a Nutshell: Paul’s description of the “Armor of God” is to help us in every role of life including being a spouse and a parent.  It might be said that the church’s role is to make very clear to families … Continue reading

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7/22 Ephesians: “Refocusing the Light on the Family”

In a Nutshell: “Paul describes in three ways how we should walk in this text: “in love-imitating God,”  “as children of light,” and as “wise, not unwise” children. Helping our family to be discerning of good and evil, of fruit of light, … Continue reading

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7/15 Ephesians: “Parents & Children – the NT Pattern”

Sunday’s Sermon – Audio Sunday’s Text Messages – text responses 7-15-12 In a Nutshell: “God knows there are some common mistakes made by parents and children. In contrast He gives us some certain attitudes and actions that will help parents and … Continue reading

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A Really Good Question – Just How Can I Forgive?

Last week people were given opportunities to text questions to me during the church service.  (I love technology…[sometimes] I got half the question during the service, and the other half five days later). Here’s the question (in two parts): 7/8 … Continue reading

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Government Can’t Figure How to Deal with Sin…

Should we require photo ID to prove someone is a citizen before they can vote?  Do you require background checks before you put someone to work in your organization? What should one employer say to another employer when asking for … Continue reading

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7/8 “Ephesians: Husbands and Wives – the NT Pattern” Eph. 5:21-33

In a Nutshell: God knows there are some common mistakes made by husbands and wives. In contrast He gives us some certain attitudes and actions that will help us relate and grow together spiritually.  Here they are!  Ice Breaker:  Did … Continue reading

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