Monthly Archives: November 2010

A Thanksgiving Surprise

As has been our family custom for the past few years, we joined at the local YMCA to run in the “Turkey Trot” 5-K early last Thursday morning.  There was a stiff wind blowing, but otherwise it was typical November day in … Continue reading

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Thankfully Out of Control

As we approach the Thanksgiving holidays, I want to remind you that we serve a God who is totally and completely the antithesis of controlling.  In Christ Jesus, we have become the adopted, Spirit-filled, growing-up children of the ONE who does not intimidate, … Continue reading

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First Church of Control

The letter to the Galatians is a virtual declaration of war (by the Lord through Paul) against the control freaks (see Gal. 2:4-5) who had crept in to the churches in the region of Galatia.   Nothing less than true salvation and freedom … Continue reading

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