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Across the Pastor’s Desk: Apostle John has much to say

“When I was a child, I spoke and thought and reasoned as a child. But when I grew ...


Robin Gudal: Forgiveness means chains are gone

“Forgiveness is sweeping our heart of little offenses before they cause BIG problems.” — Finding the Freedom to ...


Across the Pastor’s Desk: Find carefree peace like birds

Grace and peace to you from the God who is, who was and who is to come! 


Robin Gudal: A happy Mother’s Day prayer

A Mother's Day prayer.


Across the Pastor’s Desk: Are you your brother’s keeper?

Recently, I came across a story in the Associated Press that estimated that approximately 350,000 Americans died from ...


Robin Gudal: You are Christian with love

They will know we are Christians by our love. I recently was in a situation where if I ...


Robin Gudal: March is Greggy’s birthday month

There’s a new name in our household: papa. When I did a Google search, I discovered a synonym ...


Across the Pastor’s Desk: Despite weather, hold on to hope

We’ve reached that point of winter when it can be hard to hold on to hope. We know ...


Across the Pastor’s Desk: Importance of a living faith

Faith is an interesting concept. It is much more than a simple accent into a belief of a ...


Robin Gudal: Examining the Lord’s Prayer

“Father let your kingdom come, father let your will be done on earth as in heaven.” Right here in ...


Across the Pastor’s Desk: There are 40 days of service

With the beginning of the Lenten season comes the often asked question, “What are you giving up for ...


Robin Gudal: Thin lives to thicken connection

As I sit and write today, I am so excited. It is Ash Wednesday and I have waited ...


Across the Pastor’s Desk: Do to unto others as God intends

“Is this not the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loosen the chains of injustice and untie ...


Robin Gudal: Rest in the assurance of Jesus

Four a.m. Six a.m. Six-thirty a.m. Seven a.m. wake-up. I must be a little anxious. I have a ...


Across the Pastor’s Desk: What’s that on your forehead?

I remember seeing it for the first time. I was walking down the hallway in my elementary school and ...

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