Archive for March, 2019

Surprised by Growth
March 24th, 2019

Mark 4:26-32 When I was growing up we had a garden that supplied our family of eight plus my grandmother and from time to time one or two others who lived with us. We canned and froze fruits and vegetables so that we only had to buy fruits and vegetables from the store for maybe […]

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Debt-free Mercy
March 17th, 2019

Matthew 18:21-35 A Tale of Two Cities is a novel written by Charles Dickens which begins with the famous line, “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” It is a novel that takes place in the two cities of London and Paris during the time of the French Revolution when […]

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Fill your barn with God, not Self
March 10th, 2019

Luke 12:13-21 One of the most memorable moments of my years in Morocco came in June 2006 when I was asked to visit a village outside of Ouarzazate to check out a proposed project to start schools in rural areas. They had requested funding for student education from a group in the US and that […]

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What will be our glory and joy?
March 3rd, 2019

I Thessalonians 2:17-20 This morning we come to the last of the sermons on I Thessalonians for this year. We will finish up chapter two and then pick up chapter three in January 2020. Next Sunday is the first Sunday in Lent, the forty days before Easter, and we will begin preaching through some of […]

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