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September 24

A Thought: On this Thursday, you have no doubt, major things on your mind. So, here’s just a suggestion: Focus on what’s really important; Release the negative( when it tries to capture your attention, which it always tries to do!); and pause to remember, then linger, on all the good in your life. NOW, move forward in the confidence the […]

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The Pumpkin Patch!

  Hey guys! It’s Fall, with it coming beautiful Fall colors, cooler weather,  pumpkin-spice EVERYTHING, and most exictingly, actual PUMPKINS! Yay! Asbury’s Pumpkin Patch is set to open on Sunday, October 4, at noon, and we need YOUR help! The pumpkin patch is our biggest annual fundraiser! Money raised at the Pumpkin Patch directly pays some of the cost for […]

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September 24

A Thought: A Bit of humor. In honor of my daughters, I offer AND remember the following: You might be a preacher’s kid if you–1)Snacked on the communion bread following the service; 2) You’re pretty sure”Don’t run up/down the aisle” is the 11th commandment; 3) You know the difference between the Narthex, Chancel, Lectern and Pulpit; 4) You got extra […]

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September 23

A Thought: Let God be God. It’s so easy to express our opinion, attitude, even judgment. I know that’s hard to resist, but that judgment thing is really God’s job. Look at people today with the question: Wonder what they’re going through in which I don’t have a clue? That might, just might… change your thought. Have a great Wednesday! […]

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September 22

A Thought: Clarity. Our sight is so important. I’m mindful of sweet friends who cope with the lack of vision every day. I remember my father struggling with his glaucoma before his death, and he asked me to quote this verse. He told my husband in the midst of this disease right before his death, “I’m seeing more clearly now…” […]

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September 21

A Thought: Yesterday I experienced one of the greatest joys of my life: baptizing our granddaughter, Laine Austin Tacito. So thankful to God, Katie Hilliard Tacito and Channin Tacito, my family, including Angela Livingston Groves, and Central United Methodist Church for allowing me this privilege, and Rev. Chase Green and Rev. Tom Weir for preaching in my absence at our […]

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