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March 20 – God’s Ways Compared To Our Ways

Joshua 4-6 Luke 1:1-20 “He will go before the Lord in spirit and power like Elijah. He will make peace between parents and their children and will bring those who are not obeying God back to the right way of … Continue reading

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March 6 – Bringing the Children to Jesus

Numbers 35-36 Mark 10:1-31 “Some people brought their little children to Jesus so he could touch them, but his followers told them to stop. When Jesus saw this, he was upset and said to them, ‘Let the little children come … Continue reading

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December 22 – Warming People Up For the Main Attraction

Luke 1:1-25; Ezekiel 33; Isaiah 57 When I was younger, I went to a few concerts. These concerts were a lot of fun and I got to see some great bands. There was a process that the experience went through. … Continue reading

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October 28 – Christian, Christian, Wherefore Art Thou, Christian

2 Thessalonians 2; Isaiah 27-28; Psalm 118 Teen love can be a terrible thing to watch. Shakespeare showed us that in the classic play of Romeo and Juliet. According to Shakespeare, Juliet was 13 and Romeo was just a bit … Continue reading

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January 20 From One Generation to the Next

Second Sunday after the Epiphany Psalm 145 (Praise God’s faithfulness); Song of Solomon 4:9—5:1 (A love song); Luke 5:33-39 (Christ the bridegroom) One of the greatest frustrations in church work is the number of people who claim to be followers … Continue reading

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January 23 – The Children

Luke 18:1-17; Genesis 29:31-30:43; Psalm 23 One of the reasons I like teaching is because I love to see kids learn and grow. I prefer teaching middle school because, even though I don’t often see kids change while I’m working … Continue reading

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