Monthly Archives: December 2012

Life In The First Century

Several people have asked for a copy of my Christmas Eve sermon.  We didn’t record it, since we met in the gym.  This is an abridged, after Christmas, version of those remarks.  The night that Jesus was born was a … Continue reading

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Bells For Connecticut

Like most Americans, I have prayed deeply for the families in Connecticut who lost children. I have been angered by the evil that seems ever present,  and I have recommitted myself to preaching the truths of God’s love and the … Continue reading

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First Hand Look at our Justice System

As many of you know, I recently completed a four month stint on a Maricopa County Grand Jury.  A Grand Jury is different from a trial jury.  Instead of determining guilt or innocence in just one case, we were determining … Continue reading

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