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November 30

A Thought: Hope in the Midst of Change. Faith is not about everything being okay. Faith is about being ok no matter how things turn out. Keep your hope not in the things of the world, but in the things above: Christ and His Kingdom. Have a blessed Wednesday! Colossians 3:1 “Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set […]

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November 29

A Thought: On this second day of the first week of Advent in which we celebrate HOPE, I find that Hope helps us overcome our fears. Many of us love an adventure, but calling us out of our comfort zone, can be scary. Because I had been snow mobiling a couple of times in Vermont, I felt I could tackle […]

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Report from 2016 Charge Conference

  Greetings in our Lord Jesus Christ! My fifth year at Asbury UMC has continued to enrich my life!  With the Conference emphasis on “Revive and Renew,” we have engaged in some wonderful steps to bring ‘revival’ to our church: We began the year with preaching the revival ‘themes’ proposed by Bishop Mueller in January of this year. We had […]

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November 28

A Thought: This first week of Advent focuses upon the gift of Hope. We all hope for many different ideals: peace, prosperity, good health, happiness, etc… As you go about your day, think about how you will experience hope. Hope really begins with FAITH. When you believe God is with you; loves you; and is working things out for you; […]

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November 27

A Thought: “O Chrismon Tree, O Chrismon Tree, how lovely are your branches” This morning we will begin the Advent season with a service of lessons, carols, and anthems, as families come forward to dedicate the Chrismon Tree, full of the royal, white and gold monograms of Christ. Come start this holy season with us at 8:30 and 10:45 am […]

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November 26

A Thought: Multi-tasking. Little one has learned how important cell phones are to our lives. So at almost 19 mos., she is ‘talking’ to Elmo with her right hand(through the tv remote); about to answer the other ‘line’ with the remote in the left hand; while watching cartoons on the tv, and drinking milk from her sippy cup. Children are […]

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