Tag Archives: addiction

Nothing can separate you from the love of God

Last week the church had the air conditioners at the parsonage and the church serviced for their yearly maintenance. The AC company found a very dirty filter in the parsonage (the parsonage is another word for the pastor’s home provided … Continue reading

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God’s unpredictable ways

Last night our church served somewhere close to 100 meals at the Union Rescue Mission in Cumberland, MD.  One of the people who was there serving was 10 year old Jayden, whom Carolyn brought.  Dinner was from 5-5:30.  When dinner … Continue reading

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Carrying the label

Our church kitchen was remodeled last summer, including new base cabinets.  Naturally, we had a catch all drawer, also known as a junk drawer.  We no longer have a junk drawer.  But in one of the upper cabinets we have … Continue reading

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Follow and Become

Mark 1:17 caught my attention this morning.  Jesus is calling the first disciples and He says, “Follow me, and I will make you become fishers of men.”  I guess it struck me because of some texting I had been doing … Continue reading

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Nothing is wasted

Last night was a great night.  I can’t give details about the TPM Recovery Resource Center or the NA Meetings housed at the church, but just take my word for it, last night was a great night and this has … Continue reading

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Separating ourselves

Yesterday I posted about people who walk a trail from low income housing to a grocery store.  A lot of people read and shared it.  I said that the people we avoid are people Jesus would have gone out of … Continue reading

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In my front yard

Little did we know then, that the Lord has plans for Wesley Chapel to do more than hold funerals for overdose victims. Continue reading

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