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Bryan Cowan Associate Pastor, Faith is the Victory Church

What does it mean to love God or to say I have love for God? 1 John 5:3 from the King James Version reads “For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous.” One translation reads from the first part of this verse, “For this is loving God…” When we look closely at scripture and the life of Jesus, this is exactly what we see.

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With yet another school year nearing an end, I wanted to take a moment to thank all our wonderful teachers for the great and wonderful work you do. Many times we don’t say thank you enough to our wonderful teachers or we
wait until after the end of the school year to do so. Be it teaching at home, in a daycare or in the school system, our teachers do a wonderful job of teaching children. Teaching children can at times go without much notice or fan fair. However, I felt compelled to say thank you for all the hard work performed by teachers.

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Jacob Armstrong - Pastor, Providence United Methodist Church

Life is full of movement. Movement is not a bad thing. Movement can be evidence of life. Many times I have tiptoed into a darkened bedroom to inspect the movement of one of my three little girls. The rise and fall of a chest, the beating of a heart. Life is full of movement. Movement is not a bad thing. It can mean I have purpose, a place to go, some thing to do. Sure, sometimes my schedule overwhelms me, but often times it gives me energy to know I have a reason to move, a reason to go and do.

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Posted by on in Reflections From An Old Friend

Have you ever wondered why we kids have so many different names for our Moms and Dads? We use names like mom, mommy, moms, mother, dad, daddy, dadio, pops, pappy, old man, father and so on.

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Plain and simple, tough times can cause situational depression! Elijah kne all about it! You can find the details in 1st Kings 19.

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Posted by on in Mt. Juliet History

Daniel Webster defines a hobo as a migrant worker or a person who is usually a vagrant or a tramp that is homeless or penniless. Only in the last few years have I heard a story about 20 or so men (boys)
who traveled away from home (mostly out west) to seek an adventure.

When I found out I knew most of the men, I wanted to talk to some of them and hear about their travels. Two of the men who were “Boy Hobos” were Bobby Butler and George Page, Sr. I was taken a back when they told me stories about
their travels. Mr. Page said they were not really homeless because they were leaving a good home and they were traveling to a destination where they would have shelter.

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