• I shared this quote from the poet, Carl Sandburg in last Sunday's sermon:

     

    "There is an eagle in me that wants to soar, and there is a hippopotamus in me that wants to wallow in the mud."

     

    Even though we are now well underway in this new year of 2020, it is not too late to make a life changing resolution.


  • I have always enjoyed reading. From my childhood years, reading has been something that I have valued. It often provided an escape from reality for me during some difficult times growing up. This love for reading has been a driving force in my years of ministry. It also served me well in the five and a half years that I worked in the public library. 

     

    Whether you like to read or not, I want to encourage you to read the Bible this year. As the first week of the New Year draws to a close, it is worth noting that 2020 has been declared “The Year of the Bible.”


  • At the end of each year, the comedian, Dave Barry, publishes a “Year in Review.” This is a humorous look at the major events of the year around the world. There are highlights and lowlights, but it’s an interesting examination of the year’s events. I look forward to reading it in large part because I know I’ll get a good laugh. 

     

    Have you ever thought about doing your own personal “Year in Review”?