Monthly Archives: June 2015

In Need of Heaing

Headlines for this week’s Gospel Mark 5:21-43: * In need of healing, a father cries to Jesus for help for his dying daughter. * In need of healing a woman suffering from years of hemorrhage reaches out to touch Jesus. … Continue reading

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Storms Ahead

We had some very brave children at Vacation Bible School last week. We talked about what makes us afraid. Many said, “Nothing!” while others admitted fear of spiders, tornadoes, and the dark. We were trying to imagine what it was … Continue reading

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Small & Insignificant?

A tiny seed.  A few drops of water. A crumb of bread.  All are small and ordinary—insignificant next to the power and influences in the world. Indeed, if these were leftover at a picnic, we would toss them away. But … Continue reading

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Small & Insignificant?

A tiny seed.  A few drops of water. A crumb of bread.  All are small and ordinary—insignificant next to the power and influences in the world. Indeed, if these were leftover at a picnic, we would toss them away. But … Continue reading

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School’s Out for the Summer

School is out for the summer. Kids are doing a happy dance. Parents are dreaming up activities to keep the kids occupied. Vacation Bible school leaders are busy getting ready for next week’s VBS.  We all look forward to time … Continue reading

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