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The Lord’s Supper

23-26 Let me go over with you again exactly what goes on in the Lord’s Supper and why it is so centrally important. I received my instructions from the Master himself and passed them on to you. The Master, Jesus, on the night of his betrayal, took bread. Having given thanks, he broke it and said,

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Called, Chosen and Faithful

Today more than ever it is so very important that we do not lose hope. The media is full of story after story of so-called human beings whose behavior toward their fellow man and woman is contemptible. Listening and seeing it day in and day out is enough to make us believe there is no

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God Will…

For the past two Sundays, Jesus’ words on worry have been read to our congregation. The first time, it was the sermonic passage. However when it was read again this past Sunday due to my error; it got me to thinking. It made me think that three times is a charm! 25-26 “If you decide for

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It’s not very often that I’m at a loss for words, but a little over 24 hours ago I was blessed enough to witness the birth of my third grandchild. At first my eyes opened as wide as my mouth and then choruses of the same tune came out: Thank You Jesus! In the past

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The Institution of the Lord’s Supper

26 While they were eating, Jesus took a loaf of bread, and after blessing it he broke it, gave it to the disciples, and said, “Take, eat; this is my body.” 27 Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks he gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you; 28 for

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It Ain’t Right

First, giving honor to God who is the head of my life no matter what! There was a man that walked around saying, “It’s ain’t right! Day in and day out, whoever walked past this man heard his chorus of, “It ain’t right!” Morning, noon and night, “It ain’t right!” One day someone got nervy

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One of our parishioners suggested we collect resumes of people looking for employment or desiring change in their current positions. She then asked that we set aside time to pray for those people and their desires. This prompted me to do some research on unemployment rates and this is what I found. The national rate

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While traveling with ministry partners one of them was in for a pleasant surprise when we checked our baggage. Our initial encounter with the skycap wasn’t very pleasant. He acted like he was doing us a favor by checking our luggage. But moments after asking for our identification and checking us in; his whole demeanor

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Charlie, Charlie

This past week, I’ve been alerting everyone I could on this game our youth are playing called the Charlie, Charlie Challenge. If you haven’t already, please investigate this latest attack on our children or ask your own about it.   Some children I’ve asked have told me they informed their parents and were told to not

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This past Sunday, Grace was treated to the prophetic preaching and teaching of Rev. Dr. Terrill Murff, Senior Pastor of The Congregational Church of Park Manor UCC. What a great time we had in the Lord on Pentecost Sunday! Dr. Murff spoke with strong conviction about the change that came upon God’s people when a

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Pentecost Sunday

This seventh Sunday after Easter will be a celebration of the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the apostles and the subsequent spread of Christianity. Pentecost has meant many things to many people. For some it has been permission to release from the depths of their beings, unknown tongues that communicate with the Holy Spirit.

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I Luh God

On Sunday, May 31st, we will have our second youth service in our short seven month life. I’m so grateful for your support of this part of our vision. I also want to thank you for going along with our introduction of the theme, “I Luh God” based on Deuteronomy 6:5. I hope my grammarians

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A Mother to the Motherless!

Billions of dollars are spent every year celebrating the women in our lives that have been anointed by God to be called ‘mother’ or provide mothering. As a mother of two, grandmother to one, (with two more on the way) and god-mother to others; I concur with this celebration. My daughter was just sharing with

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Yours Because The Promise Belongs To Me!

17 On the first of the Days of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Jesus and said, “Where do you want us to prepare your Passover meal?” 18-19 He said, “Enter the city. Go up to a certain man and say, ‘The Teacher says, My time is near. I and my disciples plan to celebrate the Passover

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His Promise

17 On the first of the Days of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Jesus and said, “Where do you want us to prepare your Passover meal?” 18-19 He said, “Enter the city. Go up to a certain man and say, ‘The Teacher says, My time is near. I and my disciples plan to celebrate the Passover

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Friends and Family

  This Sunday, April 26, 2015, will be our first Family and Friends Sunday. We want to share the blessing of God in our lives with family and friends of Grace United Church of Christ. We’re a 6 month old babe in ministry and God is blessing in ways we couldn’t imagine. We have a

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Promise Belongs To Me!

Misogyny is a cultural attitude of hatred for females because they are female. It is also the basis for the oppression of females in a male-dominated society. This disdain is most prevalent in men, but also exists and is practiced by women against other women or even themselves. Who would believe that the one God

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