Monthly Archives: October 2011

One Minute Bible Study Update

Steve had a great week with the bible studies, he did 9. Today for the first time we went out with three cars full of folks and had 29 plus 1 done independently by Glenda. So a total of 39 … Continue reading

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I preached some character observations from the NT mention of Demetrius in: 3 John 12 Demetrius is well spoken of by everyone — and even by the truth itself. We also speak well of him, and you know that our … Continue reading

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Garden of the Gods

Had a great time backpacking out and setting up camp in Garden of the Gods. It is a wilderness area so you have to find and create your campsite and then when you leave make it appear that you were … Continue reading

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Tebow’s Illustration

This quote came from this article: Tebow has indeed been vilified for his Christian faith and beliefs. Commentators  have taken aim at him because of his religion and pro-life stance.  One sportswriter compared  Tebow’s confidence that he will start in … Continue reading

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One Minute Bible Study Update

Last Saturday we went out for an hour in the late afternoon. We did 16 one minute bible studies bringing our running total to 161. We will probably miss this Saturday as we are going to backpack out into The … Continue reading

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Advance Against Malaria

It is not the complete package, and it seems that it is a drug wrapped up in mosquito nets, but this article brings hope to a world battling malaria. Congrats to the Gates for their involvement. I use Bing over … Continue reading

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Bless Me Indeed

Preached Jabez. In the middle of these genealogies we have Jabez and his wonderful story. 1 Chron 4:9-10 Jabez was more honorable than his brothers. His mother had named him Jabez, saying, “I gave birth to him in pain.” 10 … Continue reading

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Christopher Columbus

The native of Genoa was always regarded as a man of intelligence and character. A mapmaker seaman who was able to find grace in the eyes of his employers as his handling of his duties and their money brought advancement … Continue reading

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One Minute Update

We had a great time Saturday night. We had two cars go out and after an hour we had done 25 bible studies with different people out and about. The week before we had only done 8 (rain and post … Continue reading

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