Monthly Archives: November 2011

Getting In Shape

I am the oldest of six children and the only girl. As a result I was often assigned the task of babysitting my younger brothers, two of whom are only 1 and 2 years younger than I.  I was given … Continue reading

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The Tool for Life

Today is New Year’s Eve in the church, the last Sunday of the church year. Each church year is marked by the seasons of Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost and then a period called ordinary time. We move through … Continue reading

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My Piece of the Puzzle (Jr. High Youth Sunday)

Becky: It was a book called, It’s Not Fair. Each child in the first grade designed a page for the class book.  One child wrote, “It’s not fair that my sister gets to stay up later.”  And the child I … Continue reading

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Not Just Another Pretty Symbol

Authentic. Consistent.  Doing what we say. We have integrity when our actions match our words. Bobby and his wife worked really hard to teach their young sons to be honest.  They encouraged the boys to tell the truth in all … Continue reading

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