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Somewhere near you a child needs the clothing your child has out grown.
Somewhere near you a family needs a meal when the month lasts longer than their income.
Help us help our neighbors …
If I put a carefully wrapped gift on your front step and you carefully step over it or perhaps nudge it aside, or worse put it in the trash, is it still a gift?
Paul does not say exactly how the Spirit of Jesus had kept him from entering Bithynia before giving him a vision to go to Macedonia or how they the Spirit had prompted him to choose the city of Philippi.
Occasionally on arriving at a crowded restaurant with dozens of people waiting for a table I wonder if I could convince strangers to share a table with us, so the hostess could sit us four to a table instead of two at two different tables.
Is it possible that God does similar things with us? Taking our brokenness, our weaknesses, our failures, and making them new possibilities, new objects for ministry.
When the unusual happens, when the familiar pattern of life had suddenly vanishes, we suffer a disorienting loss of the purpose.
Sermon notes on John 21:1-19 for Sunday, April 10th, 2016 at Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church.
The hardest part about learning to swim is learning how to breathe.
Surviving a difficult week requires similar skills of knowing how to breathe in the Holy Spirit.
Sharing the love of God, the peace of Christ,
and the power of the Holy Spirit with everyone.
Temple Terrace Presbyterian Church, a community of Christ-centered believers, welcomes all people to worship with us. Working together in harmony we spread God’s message of love, joy and peace to each other, our community, and the world.