Posts from 2020

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INTERNal Thoughts 1 – Testimony

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Hey there! My name is Tanner. I’m a Pastoral Resident at Community Evangelical Church, which is somewhat like an internship but a little bit different; and this is my blog! I wanted to have a space where I could provide ministry updates for those interested, post content I’m working on, and just talk about how […]

Moments with Jesus – 07/28/2020

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Moments with Jesus – 07/28/2020 From: Wendy Beard   Hello, Everyone!  I am writing this as I sit in sunny Corolla, North Carolina.  My family and I have been fortunate enough to get away for a week of rest and relaxation.  What a blessing! I love the peace and quiet of being able to get […]

Moments with Jesus – 07/22/2020

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Moment with Jesus – July 23, 2020  Karen Blanchard I recently listened to a podcast about the invisible war that we are in as Christians.  The speaker reminded us to “Stay alert! Watch out for your great enemy, the devil. He prowls around like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour.” 1 Peter 5:8.  […]

A Daily Moment with Jesus – 07/09/2020

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A Daily Moment with Jesus – 07/09/2020 From: Tim Sanger   God Knows   I recently read this devotional by author Paul David Tripp that brought comfort to me when dealing with the recent death of Sherry’s mother.   Does discouragement preach to you a false gospel that causes you to forget that your future […]

A Daily Moment with Jesus – 07/02/2020

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A Daily Moment with Jesus – 07/02/2020 From: Gary Confalone   BIBLICAL WORLD VIEW INTRO LESSON – Part 2   I thought I’d use the 2nd half of this intro lesson as an example of using the Bible to explore some of the initial truths revealed by the God-Man Jesus. I’ll pursue it as though […]

A Daily Moment with Jesus – 06/26/2020

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Devotion for Friday June 26, 2020 SELF-CONTROL Janice Eisenhower   Galatians 5:22-23 – “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.”   When I attended 13th and Union Elementary School in the early 1960’s, my report card “deportment” comments […]