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Tricks

Tricks

Tricks There is a European horse trainer that I really enjoy. His name is Klaus Ferdinand Hempfling. He is able to calm and train horses using body language and what he calls “authentic communication.” I grew up around horses and it is fascinating to see him work. In my life experience, I’ve never seen anyone […]

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Healing the Heart

Healing the Heart

Jesus loves the church. There is no question but that Jesus loves the church, he died for her. So what does it look like when Jesus visits the church? The pic above was done by Warner Sallman, admittedly the art is a little dated. Many of us grew up with pictures of Jesus that characterized […]

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2016 Election

2016 Election

At least once a year our family travels from Nashville, TN to Mansfield, OH. We take I-65 to Louisville and then pick up I-71 which we take the rest of the way to Mansfield. When we get to Cincinnati I-71 joins I-75 south of the city (in KY) and then north of the city (in […]

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Elk Hunt

Elk Hunt

During Fall Break I went elk hunting in CO. What I would like to do in this post is give credit to God for his goodness. I would also like to give some account of how this hunt went. For those who are not interested in hunting or what goes along with it, you may […]

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Battles worth fighting

Battles worth fighting

Here is a letter I wrote for our congregation. _________________________________ Last week I noticed several wasp nests outside the church entry door.  I do not remember seeing them form, all of a sudden, there they were.  Of all my pastoral duties, I count killing wasps as one of the more fun “obligations.” I needed to […]

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Summer Vacation 2016

Summer Vacation 2016

  Our family went on a vacation in July 2016. It was incredible. We put nine persons in our 2004 Chevy Suburban. A lady from our fellowship, Julie Hall, went with us. We put two luggage carriers on top of the vehicle and used a hitch rack to haul our gear. We drove over 5,000 […]

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Sunday School at Faith Community Church

Sunday School at Faith Community Church

Our congregation took a turn June 5, 2016. Since our early days in 1978 we have had a regular practice of meeting on Sunday mornings for Sunday School. What happened June 5? It was our last Sunday to do Sunday School. What I want to do is briefly summarize why we did this and speak […]

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Theological Madness

Theological Madness

I was reading the other morning in Jeremiah. Before I get into what I read, let me say something about reading the prophets. I fight pretense, I hate it, I despise it. Yet, it crops up again and again. When the Lord speaks to us there is no room for games, play, pretending. When I […]

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Foster Care in Williamson County TN

Foster Care in Williamson County TN

November is Orphan Awareness Month.  As a church, we paused on November 8 to highlight the needs of orphans and bring awareness to the need we have.  The Department of Children’s Services in Williamson County also came and shared with us what is going on inside the foster care system. Before we get into what […]

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A visit from our founding pastor

A visit from our founding pastor

This past Sunday, Oct. 18, we did something special for our morning worship service. We had our founding pastor, Paul Martin, come in from McHenry IL to speak to us. Following the worship service, we had a meal together and then did some Q&A with Paul and his wife, Rowena. Here is some background on […]

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