Glimpses of Grace
This Saturday I was excited to be a Pastor of Bethany Presbyterian Church, excited to be your Pastor, excited to be a part of what Bethany was up to as the body of Christ.
It started as we circled in… Read the rest
Glimpses of Grace…
Yesterday I preached on “the time of our lives”, and how we can best use the time we have been given to serve God. “Give your time to God”, entrust the time you have to… Read the rest
I have two stories to tell you that express the impact and essence of Bethany.
After church yesterday I went to the Goodwill Villa in Bridgeville to visit one of our church members. As I entered the building, a… Read the rest
Dear friends in the Lord,
What a blessed day of worship and ministry we had on Sunday at Bethany!
A huge thanks goes to all who helped in the Christmas Cantata, from the orchestra to all the singers in the… Read the rest
“You dropped Jesus”.
That is what my wife informed me as I carried a nativity scene through the house.
It is one with large, soft, and brightly colored characters and animals, and with a large and easily assembled manger and… Read the rest
May this be our prayer as we approach Thanksgiving Day.
The Thanksgiving Prayer
O heavenly Father, who provides all good gifts:
I thank You for food and remember the hungry;
I thank You for health and… Read the rest
Last Sunday I led us in payer after the ISIS attacks in Paris. May it prompt us all to pray for our world.
“Fret not because of the wicked,
do not be impressed by the… Read the rest
Last Thursday I was down at the bus stop with our grandson Jamie, me and a cluster of other parents and grandparents and children.
We were waiting for the school bus as we do each day. But this day would… Read the rest
Those who were in worship last Sunday saw a dramatic presentation of the parable of the Good Samaritan. A young man named Devin Underwood was the narrator, as well as the “preacher” and “church elder” who passed by the man… Read the rest
Several days ago I was doing chores around the house while our grandson Jamie was playing with his superheroes. He moved them around on the windowsill naming them as they interacted. I heard their names – “Superman…Batman…The Flash…Green Lantern…Wonder Woman…” … Read the rest
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