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Pastor's Reflection - 5/4/17

Published: May 4, 2017 | Last modified: May 4, 2017
There isn't very much I don't like about Spring. Aside from the fact that it finally signals the end of the L-O-N-G, dark, cold winter season (you can tell how much I love it), almost everything about the Spring is like heaven - warm weather, Spring flowers, fresh air - what'...

Pastor's Reflection - 4/27/17

Published: Apr 28, 2017 | Last modified: Apr 28, 2017
Last Saturday, I attended a show at my undergrad alma mater, Neumann University. The funny thing is that, for whatever reason, I haven't been back on campus since the day I graduated way back in 1977 (yikes). Of course, I had a general idea that things have changed a lot - I still get...

Pastor's Reflection - 4/20/17

Published: Apr 21, 2017 | Last modified: Apr 21, 2017
I hope you had a wonderful Easter celebration this year! As usual, I went after church to my sister Carol's home in Hockessin, Delaware. It's always good to get together with family and friends to celebrate holidays, isn't it? And family traditions, as simple as they are, are also a ble...

Pastor's Reflection - 4/6/17

Published: Apr 6, 2017 | Last modified: Apr 13, 2017
We all seem to be a bit suspicious about a particular word. The word is "evangelism." We automatically think of pushy Christians making a nuisance of themselves. It's even happened to me a couple of times - once on the Boardwalk in Ocean City NJ, and once when I was staying overnight in M...

Pastor's Reflection - 3/30/17

Published: Mar 30, 2017 | Last modified: Mar 30, 2017
I have a wonderful person who cleans the parsonage every four weeks. She's very meticulous, very trustworthy, and besides that, she's very personable! And us - of course I'm perfectly capable of vacuuming, sweeping, and cleaning the floors and bathrooms, but in addition to the fact that s...

Pastor's Reflection - 3/23/17

Published: Mar 23, 2017 | Last modified: Mar 23, 2017
Sometimes you get forced to make decisions on the spur of the moment, and so suppose it helps to have a quick and definitive way to do that because often, when a problem presents itself, it's hard to have a clear head. My daughter had to make a trip to New York t...

Pastor's Reflection - 3/16/17

Published: Mar 16, 2017 | Last modified: Mar 16, 2017
If you're like me, there are probably a number of things you hope and pray for every day - things that you really want for someone else. Maybe you've prayed and prayed for years for a family member to finally overcome an addiction. Maybe you've hoped and prayed for a child to become motiv...

Pastor's Reflection - 3/9/17

Published: Mar 9, 2017 | Last modified: Mar 9, 2017
In last Sunday's children's sermon, I mentioned how much I depend on my watch. I wear it every single day and if I ever forget to put it on in the morning (or, heaven forbid, misplace it), I know it immediately and I have to stop everything and go find it. Somehow or another...

Pastor's Reflection 3-2-17

Published: Mar 2, 2017 | Last modified: Mar 2, 2017
We sang a song in worship at 8 am & 10:30 last Sunday and it's one of my favorites. "My life flows on in endless song above earth's lamentation … Since love is Lord of heaven and earth, how can I keep from singing?" Because of the cyclical nature of the chu...

Pastor's Reflection 2/23/17

Published: Feb 24, 2017 | Last modified: Feb 24, 2017
This past weekend was so nice - a warm, sunny respite well before the end of winter. Even those of us who love the snow and cold weather (and I suppose there must be one or two of us …) welcome the news of an entire weekend filled with sun and temperatures in the upper 60's...
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