Tag Archives: lent

When We Fail

The audio and video will not be posted here until later due to spring break schedules this week.  The manuscript below is from both services and is always best received in the local context in which it was preached.  Many … Continue reading

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What’s running through the texts

  The Scripture texts for this week are full of great discussion items, which is what our two prayer meeting groups found last night.  As before, I saw some new things through the eyes of other people and was blessed by … Continue reading

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Hunting for a fig tree

     The texts for this Sunday are all great and I can see sermons emerging from each one, but the one I'm picking is from Luke 13:1-9,  At that very time there were some present who told him about … Continue reading

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Ways Baptists Can Observe Lent

12 Ways Baptists Can Observe Lent on EthicsDaily.com. 12 Ways Baptists Can Observe Lent on EthicsDaily.com

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Just finished day 1 of “You’ve Got Time”

Today is day 1 of our You've Got Time initiative to listen to the New Testament between now and Easter.  It involves listening to 28 minutes a day, which is perfect for my 30 minute runs.  Today's segment was Matthew … Continue reading

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Baptists Doing Lent

  Plans are in the making for our Ash Wednesday service coming up soon.  This will lead us into Lent together, walking with Jesus during the next 40 days on the way to a cross in Jerusalem.  This year, we … Continue reading

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Explaining Lent

I led our Middle School’s chapel today and set out to explain Ash Wednesday to a this crowd fresh off the Mardi Gras floats and parades from the last month.  A lot of them are Baptist, some of them are … Continue reading

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