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Upside Down, Stacy Rinehart by bob

December 30th, 2009

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Upside Down: The Paradox of Servant Leadership Sometimes I think I might set aside some time and write a book. Several ideas swim around in my head. One just crossed off – because the book has already been written!

Daily Bible Reading, January 1-3 by bob

December 28th, 2009

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THIS WEEK’S READINGS (links are to online New International Version, but read any version you choose!) Jan 1: Gen 1-3 Jan 2: Gen 4-7 Jan 3: Gen 8-11 Jan 4: Job 1-5 NOTES FOR BIBLE READERS Welcome to the journey!  This will take some daily discipline – about 15 minutes a day for most readers, […]

On the Day After Christmas by bob

December 26th, 2009

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“Exchanging” is not the same as “giving.” Just in case you forgot, consider this your reminder.  Today (December 26) is Boxing Day.  Most Americans will ignore it. Those who can trace their recent history to Great Britain or cultures with British influence, however, know about Boxing Day.  Or do they?

Our Humble Christ was Born by bob

December 24th, 2009

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“And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself and became obedient to death.”  (Philippians 2:8) December 24, 2009 Humbled by history Because Sunday morning at Corinth will be the children’s Christmas pageant and I have asked Pastor Paul to give the meditation, this is likely to be my final sermon of 2009.  […]

What are you pursuing? by bob

December 21st, 2009

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I made an allusion in the Candlelighting sermon to a Ravi Zacharias quote passed on to me by Chris Van Allsburg.  Given our Advent/Christmas theme of light, it seems appropriate to share this quote (edited for length) with you as this week’s devotional –