Oct 19 2014

sojourner4jesus: vivian

‘JESUS!’ What would happen if you screamed the name of our sovereign God at the top of your lungs in your street? Would it be met with equally loud yells to keep it to yourself? Perhaps everyone would just ignore the weird Jesus freak on the street? I know some of us have neighbors who […]

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Oct 19 2014

Tuesdays with Morris: Three Simple Rules: Do Good

This message was shared at Centerville United Methodist Church on Sunday, October 19, 2014. The Scripture passage for the morning was 1 John 4:7-21.  We’re in the midst of a series called Three Simple Rules. The three simple rules come from John Wesley’s General rules for Christian living. The rules call us to do no […]

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Oct 19 2014

Mitchell Lewis: Four C’s of Salvation

1 Thessalonians 1:1–10 Paul’s first letter to the church at Thessalonica is generally considered to be the oldest document in the New Testament. It is usually dated around the year 50 CE, or 17-20 years after Jesus’ resurrection. It is the earliest written witness, then, of what the Christian faith meant for the Gentiles who first […]

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Oct 19 2014

Allan R. Bevere: On This Day 233 Years Ago…

…General Lord Charles Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington at Yorktown, Virginia thus effectively ending the American Revolution.

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Oct 19 2014

Wrestled With Angels: I Love Our People

History was made in Taylor County, Georgia during the high school prom of 2002. For the first time in thirty years the prom would be racially integrated. For over three decades this South Georgia town had held two proms, one white and one black. The school was approximately half white and half black, and the […]

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Oct 19 2014

Wesleyan/Anglican: The Commemoration for James Arminius

Today, being a Sunday, would move the commemoration for Arminius, since the Lord’s Day trumps all other celebrations.  Nevertheless, October 19 is the day set aside for him in For All the Saints: A Calendar of Commemorations (Second Edition)….

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