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    Prodigious Children of God

    Prodigious Children of God

    Some uniquely gifted children are called "child prodigies" because of their ability to produce amazing, adult-level work or art at a very young age. These children, truly, are gifted and talented. Special. We're talking about these children, because, in today's gospel reading, Jesus pulls a child onto his lap. Every child, for Jesus, is a prodigious child of God. Jesus says that the greatest work of an adult disciple is to be like a child.

    Scripture reading: Mark 9:30-37
    Pastor Thomas Strandburg preacher.

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    • 22 min
    Half-Truths: Everything for a Reason

    Half-Truths: Everything for a Reason

    Most of us have either heard or used the phrase “everything happens for a reason.”  But does it really?  Is God intimately involved in every single detail of our lives?  If He is, what kind of conclusions can we draw from that line of thinking?  We’ll discuss that in today’s sermon! 

    Scripture reading: Deuteronomy 30:19-20
    Pastor Scott Miller, preacher.

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    • 26 min
    The Lamb is the Light

    The Lamb is the Light

    The final two chapters of the Bible, Revelation 21-22, speak of a “New Jerusalem,” the ultimate home of those whom God has made righteous. And in the description of that city is this: "And the city has no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God is its light, and its lamp is the Lamb” (21:23). Join this week's podcast as we consider the practical meaning of Christ as our light.

    Scripture reading: Revelation 21:22 - 22:5
    Pastor Tom Strandburg preacher.

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    • 23 min
    Hell is for Real

    Hell is for Real

    We don't hear much about hell these days in mainstream Protestant churches.  But believe it or not, hell shows us just how much God loves us.  We'll talk about why that's not a crazy statement.  And also the fact that we always need to be mindful of the impact that our life, our words, and our example will have on the people around us.  

    Scripture reading: Mark 9:42-50
    Pastor Scott Miller, preacher.

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    • 32 min
    Spiritual Protective Equipment

    Spiritual Protective Equipment

    The facts of modern daily life affirm that we are living in challenging times. We need to hear once again the Apostle Paul's challenge to "put on God's armor." (Ephesians 6:11) Join us, as we explore the "Spiritual Protective Equipment" which God provides for life in difficult times.

    Scripture reading: Ephesians 6:10-20
    Pastor Tom Strandburg, preacher.

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    • 30 min
    Fear of the Other: Not Here?

    Fear of the Other: Not Here?

    As Pastor Scott Miller has been returning to wellness following surgery, we have had the opportunity to hear preaching from some less-familiar voices. To wrap up this series of visitors to the pulpit, this morning we hear from Mr. John Esaias, long-time member and lay leader at Mt. Lebanon UMC, as he shares reflections on the second chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians. Calling to mind the Apostle's exhortations to unity, Mr. Esaias explores how the early church in Ephesus responded to internal and external divisions, and how we can learn lessons from history and scripture that are applicable to the church today.

    Scripture reading: Ephesians 2:11-22
    Mr. John Esaias, guest preacher.

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    • 33 min

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