Month: December 2012

Navigate Life

NavigateLife – December 31

Today’s NavigateLife segment brings the good news that God’s mercies are new every morning. Accordingly, we are encouraged to approach the new year with a renewed purpose

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NavigateLife – December 24

This week’s NavigateLife segment begins with great opening lines from classic literature, reminding us that Jesus’ birth is the greatest opening line in history. However, It is

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Our Daily Bread

I was sent a link to yesterday’s Our Daily Bread.  It was written by a member of our congregation, read by another member of our congregation

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NavigateLife – December 17

This week’s NavigateLife segment reminds us that God is near to the brokenhearted. This promise is especially comforting for those who have experienced a loss recently

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Response to Current Events

Sandy Hook Statement

We were deeply saddened to hear of the horrific news of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut today.  As parents to elementary

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NavigateLife – December 10

This Monday’s Navigate Life segment encouraged us to take time this season to appreciate the stories of Christmas. As you enjoy traditions and share memories with your

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NavigateLife – December 3

This Monday’s Navigate Life segment encouraged parents to try mixing in a yes in the midst of all those no’s. Have you put this into practice this

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Sunday Service Extras

Optical Illusion

I received a request to post the 8 things that people view incorrectly in 1 Samuel 16.  They are: Samuel sees death in Bethlehem because

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Sermon Insights

Did God Practice Deception?

In our passage this morning, 1 Samuel 16, Samuel expresses fear when God commands him to go to Bethlehem to anoint a new king for Israel.  Samuel is

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