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Coming This Sunday, January 20

January 20: The beginning of the barley harvest provides the setting for the opening of the second chapter of Ruth.  It is Ruth who decides to put food on the table.  Her choice is matched by a chance: “and she happened to the part of the field belonging to Boaz.”  The narrator hints that the chance was caused.  Join me Sunday as we pick back up the story of Ruth.  It possesses the power to “reveal us as we are rather than as we think we ought to be.” —Pastor Steven

Coming This Sunday, January 13

January 13: The OT book of Ruth is a woman’s story told in a man’s world.  Only 85 verses long, the book consists of four scenes.  A friend says, “Ruth has the power of revealing us to ourselves as we are rather than as we think we ought to be.”  This in part explains the repetition of the word translated as “turn,” “go back” and “brought back.”  Join me this Sunday as I begin a four part study on this story of reversals. —Pastor Steven

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Sun, 01/13/2013

Coming This Sunday, January 6

January 6: Matthew gives us the story of the Wise Men.  Herod the Great is the principle villain of the story.  The Wise Men’s search for a child who is “king of the Jews” set off a deep reaction in Herod and his associates.  Any question about his stability is erased when he orders the deaths of all male children up to two years of age in and around Bethlehem.  Join me Sunday as we read Matthew’s story of the Wise of the Men and Herod and ponder the nature of humanity.

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Sun, 12/30/2012

Coming This Sunday, December 30

December 30: The Apostle Paul's words to the Colossians orient us as we prepare for the new year. We are God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved; thus, we must clothe ourselves accordingly with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, patience, forgiveness, love, peace, and thankfulness. Join me on Sunday as we explore this challenging passage. - Pastor Tambi

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Sun, 12/23/2012

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