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Monday, November 23, 2015

Heavenly Immigration Policy

Our illustration was taken by a Romanian who goes by the online handle of Nick Nice.  He was testing the camera on his Nexus 6 and produced that gorgeous image.  Serendipity for both of us. Finding something pleasant or of value that we weren't looking for.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

To Stay Has Deep Roots

image used under Public Domain license,
photo obtained from commons.wikimedia.org
Once again, Todd Parsons.  He has a thought I believe fits in with several of our recent posts.

Monday, November 16, 2015

God of the Fresh Start

Our starting graphic is one of several that I found on the site mentioned at the bottom of the graphic, thanks to another from there being shared to my social media stream.  Much of it seems like humanism.  At the same time, there are things some of these slogans say that has pure Biblical foundation.  Like today's illustration.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Wednesday PM Service 10/28/2015 (Video)

Today we get to be blessed by a full service, including the music, etc.  And by our Missions Director, Pastor Steve Scibelli.

Monday, November 9, 2015

Breastplate Gems - A November Excerpt

It's getting closer to midway through November and it's about time for an excerpt from our one year devotional book Breastplate Gems (paperback).   That's also available in ebook format,  Breastplate Gems (Kindle). The book sales will help us finance a mission trip to Latin America, which may turn into a move onto the missionfield.

What's more important is what the devotional can do for you, the reader. It's easy to find devotionals that are full of "feel good" thoughts.  Those are good, but they don't necessarily give us tools to protect our souls. Our goal was to allow God to feed us content that might make us feel good, but definitely strengthen our faith.  With the holidays rapidly approaching, this would be a great gift for almost anyone.

Today's post is one example from the November chapter.  The prayer thought is just that -- a starting point for your own prayer, based on the devotional principle.