Monthly Archives: March 2017

Darn It! Fruit Takes A Long, Long Time

Last week I was serving the shoppers who come every 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of the month, when a whole group of our church people distribute free fresh fruit and produce in our church parking lot. It’s a great partnership … Continue reading

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Beyond The Logic of Self-Interest

I thought I’d share a great quote, and great insight that comes from a secular source strangely agreeing with the perspectives of Jesus. I left this out of my sermon at Faith Community Church yesterday but read it and see … Continue reading

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Lessons During Lent

This year for Lent, I decided to fast from something you’re probably going to laugh at because it sounds a bit silly. I decided that I needed to fast from watching the Golden State Warriors play basketball. I haven’t been … Continue reading

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Divisive Politics, Anxiety and The Christian

Good morning. If you haven’t subscribed to our new podcast “Truth Seekers Forum” I encourage you to tune in. In our latest episode “Random Questions Part 3: Divisive Politics, Anxiety, and the Christian.” A woman named Jane¬†wrote in to us … Continue reading

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You Have To Be Idle

“To do great work a man must be very idle as well as very industrious.” Samuel Butler The great work God has given to me, and to you, is so important that it must include time to be very idle … Continue reading

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Slow Down And Recognize Truth

Life comes at you fast, but I’m constantly being reminded that I don’t have to move fast as fast as life dictates. I actually can slow down the pace, and when I do I find that I rediscover important realities … Continue reading

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What Do Christians Actually Believe?

More often than not, Christians are known in our culture for what we’re against. You can easily get the idea that the “abundant life” Jesus says He offers to people is really just a life of saying “no” to everything. … Continue reading

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A Geyser And An Opportunity

Every Sunday, after our time of worship, we hang out on the lawn to drink our coffee, meet new people, and hang out with friends. We call it “Linger Longer.” It’s become quite a tradition – so much of a … Continue reading

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Leap Day

It was on this day five years ago. Actually it was on February 29th, which only comes around every leap year, but five years ago my mom made her way to her eternal home leaping into the arms of Christ. … Continue reading

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