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REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK From Bah Humbug to Blessed: The Hope of Christmas Future Luke 19:1-10 When Scrooge wakes up on Christmas morning, everything looks and feels different.  While previously…
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK From Bah Humbug to Blessed: The Life of Christmas Present Luke 2: 8-15 Scrooge’s transformation begins with a hint of a smile and the sound of…
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK From Bah Humbug to Blessed | Luke 16: 19-31 As Scrooge confronts Christmas past, his response ranges from fear and grief to appreciation and delight.  We…
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK From Bah Humbug to Blessed | Luke 3: 1-6 “Bah," said Scrooge, "Humbug.” These immortal words from Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol capture the frustration and…

Give All You Can

November 25, 2018
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK Give All You Can 1 Timothy 6: 17-19 John Wesley says that a key to understanding his advice to “give all you can” is the idea…

Save All You Can

November 18, 2018
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK Save All You Can Luke 12: 13-21 John Wesley reminds us that as we “save all we can” we should not store up treasures just for…

Earn All You Can

November 11, 2018
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK Earn All You Can Matthew 11: 28-29 John Wesley reminds us that as we “earn all we can” we should not earn money in a way…
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK And Who is My Neighbor? Luke 10: 25-37 For two generations, Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood taught children, and their families, how to be loving people in a…
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK Fan or Follower: Don’t Look Back Luke 9: 57-62 Jesus tells us that being a follower takes us out of our comfort zone. Leaving behind our…
REFLECTION FOR THE WEEK Fan or Follower: Confession is Good for the Hypocrite Matthew 23: 1-12   Seventy-Two percent of unchurched Americans feel that Christians are hypocritical.  In other words,…

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