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Factory Reset

We all have things we enjoy and mine happens to be technology. I even enjoy the unboxing process. When it’s new the battery functions at 100%, the processor isn’t slowed down by lots of “stuff,” and the memory is still …

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Take Ownership

It’s a brand new year which means a brand new start. God gives us fresh starts all the time. Every 60 seconds is a new minute. Every 60 minutes is a new hour. Every 24 hours is a new day, …

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So Long Suckers!

You’ve seen it in the movies. The person seemed sincere. A relationship was formed. And then out of nowhere they were speeding off yelling “so long suckers.”

We all experience this in life, but as a pastor for the last …

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Titanic or Life Boat?

We’ve all heard the story of the Titanic. For it’s time the ship was the largest, most luxurious, and attracted all who were affluent. Those of wealth and status were drawn to the ship because of all that it offered.

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To All Who Prayed

19 Then the disciples came to Jesus privately and said, “Why could we not drive it out?” 20 And He said to them, “Because of the littleness of your faith; for truly I say to you, if you have faith …

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Can’t Touch This

It was 1990 when the great MC Hammer said “You can’t touch this!” But Jesus said something different.

The Gospels record a moment where Jesus was in the middle of a large crowd. I picture so many people gathered around …

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I Know Something You Don’t Know

Jesus replied, “You don’t understand now what I am doing, but someday you will.”
John 13:7

Jesus knew something that the disciples didn’t know. Jesus knew that His mission to reconnect us with God was almost complete. He knew that

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Stop Twiddling Your Thumbs!

When I was a kid my mom would tell me to “stop twiddling my thumbs.” That was a term she would use that meant I wasn’t doing anything and she needed me to start doing something. For example, since January

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Do You Have Broken Windows?

Back in the 80’s and early 90’s New York experienced a great deal of vandalism, crime, and destructive behavior from citizens. This created a lot of empty, rundown, and vandalized buildings. This was until the broken window theory was implemented

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Sit. Stay. OK.

Meet my friend Charlie (the coolest dog in the world). In the picture you can see Charlie doing one of his favorite things, playing stick. Regardless of how many times I throw it, he always comes back wanting me to …

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