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No Reservations Required: A Tale of Two Cities (Matt. 8/ Is. 24-25) April 28, 2013 – Sunday Morning Message

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This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series No Reservations Required When I was eighteen I moved from the country to the city.  I left my mountain hometown of Cloudcroft, NM.  About 600 people lived there.  And I began college in the desert city of Las Cruces, NM.  About 60,000 people lived there.  […]

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No Reservations Required: Enough (Matt. 8/ Micah 3-4) April 21, 2013 – Sunday Morning Message

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This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series No Reservations Required In the early 1990s the World Bank interviewed people living in poverty.[1] They asked over 60,000 poor people from 60 countries a basic question: What is poverty?  Some of us might answer that question by describing poverty as simply the lack of […]

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No Reservations Required: God’s Other Love (Matt. 8/ Jer. 3) April 14, 2013 – Sunday Morning Message

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This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series No Reservations Required Kendra and I recently helped her parents–Ken and Nelda–celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.  Ken and Nelda met in the Midland/Odessa, TX area.  He was a fresh-faced and muscled Army man.  She was an attractive and confident office worker.  They dated four months.  […]

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Prayer from Psalm 113: The High Low God

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This entry is part 110 of 158 in the series Prayers from the Psalms I praise you Lord! When? During every tick of the second hand, every chime of the hour, every day of the week, every week of the month, and every month of the year. Where? On every square foot the sun touches from […]

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