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Waiting on Doors

  This is the third message in a series on the meat of the Word of God. In 1st Corinthians 3 Paul told the church at Corinth that they were still on the milk. In Hebrews 5:12 the writer said that those who should have been teaching someone else were still having to be taught themselves and therefore were still on the milk of the Word. Through the years I have experienced many things in my own growth in Christ. I’ve made lots of mistakes and learned from them. I also watched many around me make erroneous decisions and suffer the consequences. I am a great observer of people. I listen to what they are saying with their words but also with their lives. Just because someone tells you they love … Read entire article »

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Tough Meat

  Thank you for joining us again this week for our HomeChurch service. I began a message last week in which I began to talk about the meat of the gospel. We looked at passages that state that after a certain point in Christian maturity we ought to move on to the meat of the Word. This week I want to talk about something that is a little hard to swallow but necessary for us to accept. The subject this week is suffering. We are going to look at some scriptures that talk about suffering and God’s character. We will look at Godly people who have suffered.  In fact, Christians often suffer in ways that the un-saved do not. Of course, you realize that I’m not going to give you a message … Read entire article »

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Time for the Meat!

As a Homeschooling family we had the great opportunity to be a part of our children’s education. Many years ago our family started having geography dinners to teach our children about other cultures. Each month a new country was chosen to study. At the end of that month we met with other families in our group and had a meal with food from that country. Recipes had to be something common to their culture. Everyone also had to dress in the traditional clothing for that country. During the evening each child had to give a song, dance, present a skill or read a report about something pertaining to that area of the world. Then at the end of the evening I read from a book that listed the country’s religious … Read entire article »

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