Monthly Archives: September 2017

MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017, #4

MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017. #4 – thoughts the sermon Into The Neighborhood. And so Jesus is headed toward that shore and he sees all these people, and he says to himself, “Oh no. What’s happened to the … Continue reading

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MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017, #3

  MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017, #3 – thoughts from the sermon Into The Neighborhood. United Methodist’s pastor’s wife, Annie Follis, wrote a book back in 1980. That was a long time ago, but she was a personal friend of … Continue reading

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MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017, #2

MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017. #2 – thoughts from the sermon Into The Neighborhood. Jesus was tired, the disciples were tired, they had been involved in exhausting ministry to others; it says they were so busy there wasn’t even … Continue reading

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MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017, #1

MONDAY SCHOOL for Pentecost, September 10, 2017. #1 – thoughts from the sermon Into The Neighborhood MORNING PRAYERS … Let’s imagine what it was like that day for the people when Jesus fed 5000. (This was the sermon from yesterday.) Watch … Continue reading

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