Monthly Archives: September 2005

Sunday’s sermon

If we want to learn about faith, holiness, the bible, money, evangelism – and many other subjects – John Wesley is a great source. But when it comes to learning how to lead one’s family life, Wesley’s example is best … Continue reading

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Katrina Relief Projects

Here’s a post from Randy Hageman about some opportunities to help people recover from Hurricane Katrina: Gateway Community Church (formerly Abundant Life UMC), in conjunction with Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (both Clear Lake area churches) have set up the C.O.R.E. … Continue reading

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Quick Thinking

This just in from a friend who wanted to remain anonymous: City officials of Houston have seen the errors of their ways during the recent hurricane evacuation and have improved the Houston Hurricane Evacuation Plan. Here is the newly developed … Continue reading

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One More Famous Person

Steve has no been profiled at Locusts & Honey. Go check it out!

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Banned Books Week

This is “Banned Books Week.”  Let’s all take a minute to celebrate that in the good ol’ US of A we don’t ban books!  Why, then, have a “Banned Books Week,” you ask? In honor of freedom of the press and freedom … Continue reading

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Rita Ramblings, Part 2

If ever you doubted God’s providence, surely you are a believer after the past week! Less than one week after focusing worship on Jesus’ parable of the Talents and what it means to live in the Kingdom of God, we … Continue reading

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ONENATIONUNDERgod

Denmark has an offical state church (of the Lutheran variety). One of their leaders (a custodian) decided years ago that he thought reinarnation was part of Christianity so he started teaching it. The other leaders in the church (pastor, bishop, … Continue reading

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