Category Archives: salvation

A free baked steak dinner

This morning I browned 140 pieces of cubed steak – about 37 pounds!  It’s going to cook all day and will be super tender for our community dinner tonight.  We are hoping for 100 people for dinner.  The dinners are … Continue reading

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Discount love

Diane and I were at Ollie’s and saw a sign for Mother’s Day on Valentine’s Day candy.  I remember not having any money.  I remember one time Diane saw a stuffed animal at a store.  It was a big bear … Continue reading

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The Penguins built in excuse

The Pittsburgh Penguins are a hockey team that has won the last two Stanley Cups (think World Series).  This means they have played hockey into June the last two years, while many other teams finished in April.  The Washington Capitals … Continue reading

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We all have faith

I listened to a Timothy Keller talk this morning.  It was from a talk he did with Google employees.  He touched upon faith.  Whatever you do, do not say you do not have faith.  He said we all have faith.  … Continue reading

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A dirty little lie – the lies of a 2 year old

Yesterday in church I was talking to an 8 year old about sin and we were talking about lies.  I said her two year old brother had not learned how to lie yet.  Dad chimed in and said that was … Continue reading

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Knowing your audience

It’s tough to preach on Sunday mornings because there is such a wide variety of people in the pews.  Every Sunday at Wesley Chapel, among those attending are lost people who need to be saved, discouraged Christians who need to … Continue reading

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One thing leads to another leads to God

In the 1980’s Diane and I attended Sistersville First United Methodist Church.  Fast forward 30 years and the son of the pastor at Sistersville connected with us to come to our church in Short Gap to talk about being called … Continue reading

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