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The body of Christ will never grow if the Pastor is the one using his gifts to MAKE IT grow through some cool program or inspiring turn of a phrase.

January 20, 2017

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It’s way past my bedtime, but here I lay thinking about the events of the day. It’s January 20, 2017 (well technically that ended 1 hour and 23 minutes ago but whatever) and today President Trump…

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Taste

It is fair to say that a person who gets food without taste may be better off than one who gets no food Living with no flavor gets easier each day, especially when it was a choice When taste controls … Continue reading

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A Place to Grow

This lesson comes from a book we read together here at South Side Church. It was introduced to us by Pastor Jeremy McLaughlin. The book is ‘No Perfect People Allowed’.  The root question of this lesson is, “What would it … Continue reading

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Behavior and Belief

It strikes me that our behavior is the only real indication of belief. Continue reading

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Flip This House

When we make our children the foundation of our homes we hurt the whole home, even them.
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parentParenthood – Raising Adult Children

Forever Young – Song by Bob Dylan May God bless and keep you always May your wishes all come true May you always do for others And let others do for you May you build a ladder to the stars … Continue reading

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Modern Marriage

I will be doing my best to not get political! In fact, I am going to declare up front that this is a message from God on modern marriage and it will not contain a stance on what government should … Continue reading

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