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Pump Up The Volume

I know of a couple in their late 30’s that live in a very nice gated community. Most of the people in the community appear to be in their early 30’s to mid 40’s not exactly what you would consider party animals, although it has become commonplace on the weekends in the community clubhouse for the occasional impromptu gatherings that go on until 1:00am and beyond. 582 more words

The Journey

Thanksgiving Overload!

Photo by Seemann on Morgue File.

Well, we made it to Friday. We waded through globs of cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole, chicken and dumplings and sweet tea. 848 more words

Grace In The Everyday

Happy Thanksgiving!

In all things give thanks!! Enjoy abundant life by overflowing with praise and thankfulness.


Sermon for the Eve of Thanksgiving

“At Jesus’ Feet”

Grace, mercy and peace be unto you God, our Father and our Lord, Jesus Christ.

The text is Luke 17:11-19.

Ten leprous men stood at a distance, crying out, “ 811 more words


Change Maker

A friend once shared that she used the same Gynecologist in the city for years. Although she and her family eventually moved to the suburbs, she continued to travel into the city to see this one doctor. 251 more words


for Thanksgiving: A Table Full of Hope

At Thanksgiving, many people share what they’re currently thankful for.  This idea provides a tangible way for the community to wonder about what they hope to be thankful for in a year from now.   915 more words


The Lepers are Welcomed Back

This stewardship reflection is based on Luke 17:11-19.

In every community, there are lepers—the people no one wants to associate with. Maybe it’s the person who appears unkempt, maybe it’s the person who appears ethnically different from the majority, maybe it’s the person with a mental illness or disability, maybe it’s the person who just has a way of irritating people and getting under everyone’s skin. 1,290 more words