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November 11, 2019

The last part of the book of Judges depicts a time when God’s people were not following him, but were instead doing what each of them thought was “right in his or her own eyes.” In the sermon yesterday, I called this “Mere Anarchy,” from a line in Yeats poem, “The Seco...

November 4, 2019

It was good to see a good crowd out for the worship service yesterday. There’s only one more week in our series on Judges. November 17 is our Harvest Mission Sunday. We’ll be viewing some videos from some of the organizations we support on that day. On November 24 we’l...

October 28, 2019

To say that this has been a strange year for farmers seems to be an understatement. While last year this time many were finished in the fields, this year there is a lot still to do. Heavy rain in the forecast and more rain to come, let’s make sure to continue to pray f...

October 21, 2019

Preaching from the Book of Judges has been stretching me. It’s usually a good thing for us to be stretched. Yesterday’s sermon was particularly hard, because the story of Jephthah is not a pretty story. It should give us confidence in the reliability of the Scriptures...

October 14, 2019

Harvest looks like it will be kicking into high gear this week. I saw several out in the fields on my way in this morning, and still more who are getting their equipment ready. Let’s pray for the good weather to hold out. Also, as always we pray for the safety of those...

October 7, 2019

During the worship service yesterday we saw how God raised up Gideon as Israel’s judge. The primary point I tried to get across in my sermon was that during difficult times God calls us to extraordinary faith. Many individuals and families have experienced quite diffic...

September 23, 2019

There have been several events this past week that have reminded me again of our complete reliance upon God. One of the earliest hymns I remember singing as a child is “I Need Thee Every Hour.” The chorus begins: “I need Thee, oh, I need Thee; Every hour I need Thee.”


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September 16, 2019

In the Book of Judges, God’s people repeatedly become complacent when they find themselves in a good situation. When there’s peace in the land and all is going well, they begin to drift away from their relationship with God and they begin to be tempted by the many thin...

September 9, 2019

Yesterday was a really good day! There was excitement as Sunday School started again with a good attendance in all of the classes. Then there was also a good crowd for the Worship Service as well. The young people participated by taking up a “noisy offering.” The chatt...

August 26, 2019

Most of the young people, teachers, and staff are back to school. The colleges and universities have started, and next weekend is Labor Day. It looks like our summer has come to an end. Even the weather feels a bit more like Fall.

We had a mistake in the Refrigerator Re...

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