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    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. 

      To Live is Christ, To Die is Gain
      06.07.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

      The intent of these brief notes is to help us prepare for worship. Preachers do their work—I want you to do your preparation, too. Our daily texts relate to the sermon in some fashion (sometimes you may have to connect the dots). Always look for...

        Spiders & Snakes
        06.01.22 | Women | by Tammy Beals

        There was a song by a country artist named Jim Stafford that came out about 1974 that was named “Spiders and Snakes”. Although the lyrics to this song have no bearing on this story, the name was certainly appropriate. These types of critters were...

          A Life of Humility
          06.01.22 | Women | Devotional Thoughts | by Amy Miller

          The definition of humility is a modest or low view or your importance, freedom from pride or arrogance. Our #1 core behavior for staff at Asbury is Confident Humility—I will seek an accurate view of my strengths and weaknesses. The scripture that...

            The Affection of Jesus Christ
            05.31.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

            We prepare to preach a sermon—those who get the most out of it are those who arrive prepared to hear it. Your daily readings contain some wonderful texts this week, but please look at the context for the Book of Philippians. Paul’s conversion...

              To Be Happy We Need Three Things
              05.24.22 | Weekly Newsletter | by Tom Harrison

              Our English word “axiom” comes from a Greek word, “axios,” which means “worthy.” An axiom is a pithy saying worth remembering and applying. Paul uses “axios” in Ephesians: “I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy...

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