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May 28: So People Just Get Away With It?

In 1776, our Founding Fathers declared independence from England. One reason they did so was the claim that King George was acting illegally. After the Revolutionary War, our Founding Fathers therefore developed the Constitution, an official set of legal principles that enshrine how every American is to behave – with the main principle being that…

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May 21: Why Does God Do the Things He Does?

As a pastor, I have had all kinds of encounters over the years. I have been present with people shortly after the birth of babies, sharing their joy. I have been present with people in waiting rooms, sharing their anxiety. And I have been present with people in funeral homes, sharing their grief. Most of…

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May 14: How Can We Know the Heart of God?

On the first week of this current worship series, I mentioned that one of the side effects of my mother’s Cancer was that she was hospitalized numerous times because her tumor caused her to bleed internally. Her heart bled as well. Not in the literal sense, but in the figurative sense. It bled for those…

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May 7: How Does God See Us?

For several years when our younger son (Stephen) was still in high school, he worked as a summer camp staff member at Bashore Scout Reservation. After a night off at home during one of those summers, his mother allowed him to drive back to camp (as he had obtained his learners permit a few months…

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April 30: Finding God in the Shacks of Life

I have mentioned before that my mother died after 7 years of suffering with Cancer. The onset of Cancer was not the beginning of her suffering, however. In fact, while I have pictures of her when I was young in which she was healthy, I don’t have any personal memories of her looking like she…

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April 16: At the Crossroads – Easter Sunday

As a child, one of my favorite stories was Rudyard Kipling’s Riki-Tiki-Tavi. It is the story of a mongoose in India that bravely protects a family by killing the poisonous snakes that crawl under their home. In one of the most dramatic parts of that story, Riki battles a huge King Cobra, and it almost…