Monthly Archives: February 2014

Skydiving – Reflection by Doug Powell

Doug shared this story with me last Fall, as we were talking about the coming year of transitions for our church.  When I heard it – I said – I don’t know when, but there’s going to come a Sunday … Continue reading

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How Big Our Brave Is

This sermon will make a lot more sense if you first read Doug Powell’s brilliant story about skydiving. Sermon – How Big Our Brave Is So Moses was standing there, at the edge of the Red Sea, and it wasn’t … Continue reading

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What Can We Count On? (Part 4 – On What is Worthy of Trust)

I started this series on “what keeps us grounded as we move through change” in the midst of the last “fiscal cliff” crisis as anxiety was running high and uncertainty appeared interminable – for all of us. But this wasn’t … Continue reading

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