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Maria & Pablo

As the story goes, in 1825, Euphorbia pulcherrima (also known as the Christmas flower) was brought to the Americas by Dr. J.R. Poinsett, the first United States ambassador to Mexico. The story behind the poinsettia is even better. It teaches us that the gift of love is dearer to Jesus than anything money can buy.

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The Bishop of Myra

John the Baptist was thought by some to be the Messiah. John knew he was not — that someone was coming who was greater than he. Similarly, St. Nicholas, the fourth-century Bishop of Myra, was a king bishop who brought presents to children and needy people. Now, who does that remind us of?

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A Pilgrim People

The pilgrims faced nearly insurmountable odds to cross the Atlantic. They nearly starved the first year, and were saved only with the help of the Wampanoag. Nonetheless, they still recognized God’s goodness with a thanksgiving celebration in 1621. I pray that regardless of what you may have gone through this past year, you still see how much God loves you and give Him thanks.

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The Kansas City Star

Jesus made the blind see, the lame walk, the deaf hear, and raised the dead to life again. He cured lepers and preached to the poor. Have you ever asked yourself, “How did this person lose their sight? Why did they become poor?” My prayer is you have not, because it doesn’t matter. It certainly didn’t matter to Jesus.

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36 U.S. Code§302

According to U.S. Code, our national motto is “In God We Trust.” Do we still? Are we glad to make such a claim, or do we see it as offensive today? Why would we?

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The Fall Feasts of Israel

Dr. Flashman will examine Israel’s three most significant biblical festivals — Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot — including a look at their biblical roots, their celebration in the time of Messiah, and by Jewish people today. We want to understand these wonderful biblical festivals as well as their significance for our spiritual lives as believers in Messiah, whether Jew or Gentile.

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A Spiritual Shift

A recent article in the Hartford Courant revealed how millennials are replacing religion with things like meditation, astrology, and crystals. How far away from the truth can one get and still enter the kingdom of heaven?

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What a Kroc!

Why does it seem like sometimes good things happen to bad people? Too often, we spend time frustrated about other people or situations over which we have no control. We need to be careful. Anger and frustration are fertile soil for seeds planted by the evil one.

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Doctor My Eyes

The majority of the apostles who followed Jesus were fishermen. Luke was a physician, a learned man of means and influence who left his patients and his practice because he believed what Paul had told him about Jesus. Sadly, today, there are still some people who feel “too smart” to believe that Jesus Christ is Lord.

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