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God Sees the Potential

1 Samuel 15:34 – 16:13; 2 Corinthians 5:6-17; Mark 4:26-34 God Sees the Potential             3rd Sunday after Pentecost – – – -June 13, 2021   Many of you know the name of Ben Carson, the former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.  Still more of you know that he had a career as an acclaimed brain surgeon.  But I think that most of you don’t know that Ben was born to a woman who only completed 3rd grade.  She married real…
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From Temporary to Eternal

From Temporary to Eternal     2nd  Pentecost Psalm 138; 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1;    June 6, 2021;    Mark 6:20-35 Most of us know what a mirage is, right?  You’re out in the desert, hot and parched, and you see up ahead some WATER, shimmering in the heat!  You move toward the water, anticipating a good drink.  But, of course, when you get there, the water has all disappeared!  It was an optical illusion, not really there at all.  We’ve seen this…

The Father’s Adoption

The Father’s Adoption                       Trinity Sunday Romans 8:12-17   May 30, 2021   John 3:1-17  In 1954, just four years after The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe made a big splash on the literary scene, C. S. Lewis published The Horse and His Boy.  It’s actually the fifth book published in a series that later came to be called The Chronicles of Narnia.  (Now, remember: Lewis was a man with a deeply-held Christian faith, and his books convey an underlying message of…
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The Work of the Spirit

The Work of the Spirit              Pentecost Acts 2:1-21       May 23, 2021    John 15:26-27; 16:4b-15 The book I want to highlight today is called The Hiding Place.  It’s a true story about the amazing things God did with Corrie ten Boom during the Nazi occupation of Holland.  Corrie and her family had been hiding Jews so that they wouldn’t be sent off to concentration camps (or extermination camps, as they turned out to be).  When they were caught, they were…

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The Pastor’s Perspective

The Pastor’s Perspective An Occasional Note Regarding Activities, News, Rumors, and Juicy Tidbits from Pastor Pat December 23, 2020 It’s a Boy! You may remember that, in a previous issue, we informed you that we are going to be grandparents again.  Our daughter and son-in-law are expecting their first child in May (on or around Mothers’ Day), and the latest ultrasound revealed that it is a boy!  While we would be happy with either gender, we are delighted that we…
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The Pastor’s Perspective

The Pastor’s Perspective An Occasional Note Regarding Activities, News, Rumors, and Juicy Tidbits from Pastor Pat December 16, 2020 Good News! Our offering envelopes for 2021 have arrived!  (I know! We have been awaiting them so expectantly!)  If you have not been able to pick yours up, we will bring them to you (after Christmas).  If you really don’t want us to, just call 424-3622 to head us off! We Need a Tenant! Our previous tenants have moved to larger…
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The Pastor’s Perspective

The Pastor’s Perspective An Occasional Note Regarding Activities, News, Rumors, and Juicy Tidbits from Pastor Pat December 9, 2020 Good News! When we obtained a copy of Directive 035 (REVISED), we read “Houses of worship with a listed fire code capacity of fewer than 200 persons may conduct indoor services for up to 50 persons if they are able to do so in a manner consistent with social distancing guidelines promulgated by the Nevada Department of Business and Industry.”  In…
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The Pastor’s Perspective

New Restrictions from the Governor We are now limited to 25% of our capacity for our worship services.  Since our Sanctuary normally seats 100, our limit is 25.  Please call 424-3622 to make your reservation as early as possible.  If we have more than 25 who wish to come, the additional names will be placed on the list for the following week.  The roster is FULL for this Sunday, Dec. 6.  Sorry!  If you would like to attend December 13, please call NOW.  Thanks! Poinsettias…

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