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This is Tim’s Evening Leader article from Sept 28, 2020 Two Sundays ago, it was a beautiful afternoon. I decided to take a walk and walked from my house down to Dollar General. That is a typical walk for me because it is a nice distance away. My normal routine is to go in and
This is Pastor Tim’s article which appeared in the Evening Leader on Monday, Sept 21, 2020 I would like to put a couple of dates on your calendar. Let’s face it, there hasn’t been much out there for us to put on our calendars recently, so the fact that I can write this article and
This is Pastor Tim’s article which appeared in the Evening Leader on Monday, Sept 15, 2020. I am about 6 weeks out from having surgery to remove abdominal adhesions from surgeries I had back in 2006 and 2011. You may have seen me out running again. I have also started flipping tires around my backyard.
This is Pastor Tim’s article which appeared in the Evening Leader on Tuesday, Sept 8, 2020 Recently I have been reading through the books of Ezekiel and Jeremiah in the Old Testament. If you know anything about either of these two books, they are not exactly the Bible’s most uplifting and inspiring stories that
Pastor Tim’s article which appeared in the Evening Leader on August 31, 2020 I was looking into the history of Labor Day for today’s article and I learned about an incident that happened back in 1886. It was one of the motivations to create what we know today as Labor Day. I had never
This is Pastor Tim’s article that appeared in the Evening Leader on Monday, August 24, 2020 I am a former high school football player. While teenagers in my church probably think I played football back before helmets had face masks, it wasn’t actually that long ago. I wasn’t all that good, I played for
This is Pastor Tim’s article which appeared in the Evening Leader on August 17, 2020 I am sure that it is no surprise to hear me say that I believe that Church attendance is important. While I would love to have all of you be a part of our Wayne Street congregation, I would