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    The Last Prepare
    07.26.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

    Ambivalence describes how I feel as I write my final “Prepare.” If I did not have something meaningful in ministry to look forward to, I would be depressed. I love the ministry. It’s all I’ve known since the day after I graduated from high school...

      Humble, Hungry and Smart
      07.18.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

      The Apostle Paul was humble, hungry and smart. His motor wasn’t stuck in park, neutral, or reverse. He went fast when he could. When he was confined, he made the most of those opportunities, too. Paul was completely given to Christ. He did...

        Don't Let Your Joy Factor Slip
        07.12.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

        Philippians 4 is one of the best-loved chapters in the Bible. Paul instructs his beloved friends in the Philippian church to think about and practice certain things. If we could follow his simple instructions, our lives would be full of love, joy...

          Our Citizenship Is In Heaven
          07.06.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

          I write this on July 4, and I am so grateful for our great country and that I am a citizen of the United States of America. However, those with faith in Christ have a dual citizenship. I’m even more grateful for my citizenship in heaven. 

            The Surpassing Worth
            06.28.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

            This is such a great memory verse from our text this week: Indeed, I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord (Philippians 3:8). The sermon title is “The Surpassing Worth.” What (or who) is the...

              The Patriotic Donkey
              06.23.22 | Women | by Tammy Beals

              Independence Day is a fun, colorful, noisy, patriotic time of the year.  Family and friends use it as a good excuse to gather while cooking out, making ice cream, swapping stories, and connecting with others. Our family had a special tradition...

                The Palms of My Hands
                06.23.22 | Women | Devotional Thoughts | by Lindi Collins

                I work with my hands. In essence, my hands are the same as yours. We each have a palm, fingers, and thumb. Even though we all share similar-looking hands, we have unique attributes in the form of our fingerprints and the creases in our palms...

                  We Can Work It Out
                  06.21.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

                  In this week’s text from Philippians 2:12-30, Paul told the church at Philippi to “work out your own salvation in fear and trembling.” We will consider what this means, why Paul wrote it and how it’s done. 

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