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I recently started fresh with a new blog – “Scott’s Thoughts.” Here is the address: http://pastorscottjohnsonblog.wordpress.com/ See you there! Scott Advertisements
If you lived in the days of Jesus, and you entertained guests at your home, you would not fail to have their feet washed before your meal. They’ve walked to your house in their sandals along dusty roads; their feet … Continue reading
At the teacher’s invitation, I observed one of the children’s Sunday School classes before the worship service. The kids were about eight to ten years old, still young enough to offer answers to the teacher’s questions with unabashed enthusiasm, even … Continue reading
It’s always a happy “coincidence” (the scare quotes are for the benefit of all you Calvinists!) when the Sunday School lesson perfectly dovetails with the sermon. Sunday’s common theme was faith. Before the morning service, Richard spoke on Noah’s faith from … Continue reading
Yesterday as I observed our kids’ homeschool co-op class, I got a little education of my own. Somehow on my Kindle I came across this article about the dangers of news consumption. I was riveted as I read it, and … Continue reading
A common thread running through both services yesterday was the Kingship of Christ. In a world of great darkness and human misery, in which our lives are fraught with uncertainty, trouble, and tragedy, it’s always heartening to hear again that … Continue reading
I write this post with the hope of raising awareness. Someone who reads this blog may not know about Dr. Kermit Gosnell and the crimes for which he is now on trial in Pennsylvania. There are two main stories. The … Continue reading