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November 2015

Watch for the Signs of Redemption - November 29, 2015

Pastor Eric Schroeder

Text: Luke 21:25-36

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31 Even so, when you see these things happening, you know that the kingdom of God is near. Now that the Thanksgiving Holiday has come and gone, the Christmas season is officially upon us.  It’s something we have all come to expect, because from little on we are so conditioned to live by the calendar.  Already in preschool, children are taught the days of the week and the months of the year, and then we spend the rest of our lives following schedules, trying to remember all of the activities and appointments and engagements that we have committed to or been committed to by others.



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An Attitude of Gratitude - November 26, 2015 (Thanksgiving)

Pastor Leyrer

Text: Luke 17:11-19  

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Dear Friends in Christ, There are two great lessons embedded within the Gospel reading we’ll be considering today.  We’ve all experienced the first; I suspect the same can also be said of the second.



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Use What You Have to Serve His Kingdom - November 22, 2015

Pastor Bitter

Text: John 18:33-37

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I’m just too busy.  I think that’s probably the most common response given in opting out of just about anything.  I just don’t have the time.  I would suspect that for most of us, that’s what just about every day feels like – there just isn’t time to do what needs to be done. 



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The Life and Legacy of Saints Triumphant - November 15, 2015

Pastor Leyrer

Text: John 5:25-29

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Dear Friends in Christ, Today we have come to that day of the Church Year within the general season of End Times that we designate as Saints Triumphant Sunday.  Certain things customarily accompany this day.



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Jesus is Lord, Savior--and Judge - November 8, 2015

Pastor Schroeder

Text: John 5:19-24

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I would imagine that most, if not all, of us are familiar with the “man on the street”-type of interview.  When Jay Leno hosted the “Tonight Show,” he called the segment “Jaywalking,” and it came to be a regular thing because it was so entertaining.  Whenever there is a festival or fair or concert in town, the local news teams usually send out a reporter and a camera crew to talk to people and ask them what their favorite parts of the event are, if they have tasted the food or gone on the rides or seen the farm animals or how excited they are to see a famous musician perform.  And it usually makes for pretty good television; it’s unscripted, so you never really know for sure what kind of personality random people are going to show when they get their time in front of a camera and a microphone. 



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