Monthly Archives: October 2011

You shall not appear before the Lord empty . . .

The necessity of stewardship is our response to the Gospel of Jesus, no less important than baptism. Continue reading

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Thoughts on the tenth anniveresary of 9-11

Most of us find it challenging to remember what we had for dinner on a Tuesday evening a mere week ago; few of us will be apt to forget in our lifetimes what we were doing when we learned about … Continue reading

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Hurricane Lee

For most of us here in Wellsboro, the event last week known as hurricane Lee was a day or so of heavy rain. We are apt to forget the number of communities that were affected by the ensuing flooding. Yet … Continue reading

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Resources to develop your prayer life

Many of us use Forward Day by Day as a foundation for our daily reading and meditation time. If you have not tried this devotion, I heartily recommend it. Easily carried as a pocket booklet, Forward includes a daily reading, … Continue reading

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Why do you need an altar?

Why do you need an altar? There are plenty of people who would say that you don’t. Even some groups of Christians would question the validity of any worship that centered on other than the Bible. Yet, in the Daily … Continue reading

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