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This is Tim’s article, which will appear in the Evening Leader either Feb 17 or 18, depending if there is a paper published on President’s Day. In my lifetime, I have read a whole lot of books. When I was in college and seminary, I read so much that I lost my love for reading.
This is Tim Benjamin’s article that appeared in The Evening Leader on Monday, Feb 10, 2020 I need someone to explain the women’s movement to me because I clearly have some questions. This article today is in response to the Super Bowl half-time show. I know I am a week late, but because of the
This is Pastor Tim’s article that appeared in the Evening Leader on Monday, December 16, 2019 Week three of the Advent journey is when we light the candle of joy. We are all well aware that the peace and hope I wrote about the past few weeks are in short supply, but I don’t know
This is Pastor Tim’s article appearing in the Evening Leader on Monday, Nov 25, 2019 We are approaching the time of year when we are thankful for things. Today I would like to point out something I am very thankful for – peanut butter. Now I know that you were probably thinking I would come
Pastor Tim’s article that appeared in The Evening Leader on Monday, Oct 28, 2019 One of the many great experiences I have had over the past year+ that I have been living in St Marys and serving at Wayne Street is the chance to meet the other pastors here in town. St Marys has a
Here is the sermon from the Awaken service from Sept 30, 2019. Our topic was that the power of the Church is found in the connection the Holy Spirit makes between us. We are also encouraging everyone to sign up for the Better Together small groups that will be meeting until Thanksgiving.
This article was published in The Evening Leader on Monday, Sept 16, 2019 Over the past month, we have had a rush of funerals here at Wayne Street. That means I have been sitting with many families to plan funeral services. Those meetings are always difficult no matter what the circumstances were around their