Monthly Archives: June 2011

We can, we will, we are… a sermon about the real meaning of Pentecost, Part 2

Peter continues this “first sermon” by telling the story of Jesus with power and authority. He tells of his crucifixion and his resurrection. And in verse 36 with a new assurance and power he says, “Let all Israel be assured of this; … Continue reading

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We can, we will, we are… a sermon about the real meaning of Pentecost, Part 1

Recently, Harry and I had the privilege of watching our youngest son graduate from High School. We watched attentively as bright eyed students from all over the world gathered on the stage full of joy for the season that was … Continue reading

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Prayer: A care package we send into the future

The practice of prayer, in silence and solitude, is how we begin to accept the better story that God is telling us, gain the knowledge that we need and send care packages ahead to ourselves and others into our future journey. … Continue reading

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