Monthly Archives: March 2017

Romans 16 Part 3 – Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, In late 1947, a 17 year old young woman secretly made her way to the Train Station in Detroit to meet a 21 year old young man who had returned from World War II. The odd thing was that they met there often. This was one place where no one questioned young people running […]

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Romans 16 Part 2 – Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, I remember searching for truth in all the wrong places; going from congregation to congregation. There are thousands, millions, and maybe billions of people who are seeking truth and some who aren’t necessarily seeking, but would recognize the truth as what they need, if they heard it. The veil of darkness around me was […]

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1 Peter 5 – Teaching Review

Our family joined the United Brethren Church in Michigan. Their motto, or phrase that encapsulated their beliefs and supposedly guided their behavior was: Keeping Christ and the Cross at the Center of All We Do! To make sure that we all “towed the line”, a group of new members was periodically herded into the pastor’s office and […]

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1 Peter 4 Part 2 – Teaching Review

Shalom Saints, “Sharon, I’m impressed by your credentials and I have enjoyed talking with you immensely, but you just don’t have the skills for this job.” I wasn’t too disappointed, because I knew I didn’t have the skills for the job, but I wanted the interview to see if I could somehow work my way into the […]

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