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March 1, 2024

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Mark for Everyone

I am glad we are reading through the gospel of Mark for our Lenten meditations. This gospel is one of many favorites. I recommend this to the confirmation candidates as they prepare to be accepted into the full membership of the church. The gospel is like a movie trailer that moves from one scene to … Continue reading “Mark for Everyone”

February 1, 2024

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12“Even now,” declares the LORD, “return to me with all your heart, with fasting and weeping and mourning.” 13 Rend your heart and not your garments. Return to the LORD your God, for he is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love, and he relents from sending calamity. (Joel :2:12-13). Interestingly, this … Continue reading “REND YOUR HEARTS AND NOT YOUR GARMENTS”

January 1, 2024

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The Trinity simply stated is about the three persons of the God head – the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. God is seen as the creator, the Son, the redeemer, and the Holy Spirit, as the sustainer. When one reads the birth narratives in both Matthew and Luke, we only seem to focus on the … Continue reading “TRINITY IN THE CHRISTMAS STORY and BEYOND”

December 1, 2023

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There are 4 Sundays in Advent. Every year, the Sunday after Thanksgiving is observed as the first Sunday in Advent. This year, however, the first Sunday of Advent falls on the first Sunday in December. Advent simply means “coming.” For us as Christians, it reminds us of the second coming of God at the end … Continue reading “ADVENT SEASON”

February 4, 2022


Hearing to obey

As I was thinking about writing this blog article, was racking my brain on what would be a good series that will be informative, interesting and keep a momentum going for the rest of the year! Let’s start with a great hero Abraham, the father of faith and the father of nations. Chapter 12 begins … Continue reading “Hearing to obey”

January 7, 2022


Opening Doors

The act of opening doors is a gesture of goodwill, friendship, and kinship. It is also a greeting and an invitation – welcoming a visitor, a guest or kinsman. It is a willing gesture of sharing and fellowship. It is an act of letting the sun in and letting darkness out. When darkness engulfs us, … Continue reading “Opening Doors”

December 7, 2021

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From Pastor’s Desk: December 2021

  It is the end of November and I am sitting down to write this note to you. Last week we celebrated Thanksgiving with a timely reminder that we are called to thank God in advance and also, in response. We often think that thanking God in response to what God has done is easier … Continue reading “From Pastor’s Desk: December 2021”

November 7, 2021

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From Pastor’s Desk: November 2021

On the 1st day of November, the church worldwide celebrates what is called as All Saints Day. Even though it is high holy day in the Roman Catholic church, some Protestant denominations even after Reformation still solemnly remember this day. In the Methodist church, they see “it as a day of giving God earnest gratitude … Continue reading “From Pastor’s Desk: November 2021”

October 8, 2021

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From Pastor’s Desk: October 2021

CHURCH – DRESS UP… I am reminded of a few things when the month of October rolls in. The change of weather and the fall colors. With the change of colors on our trees comes our deep praise and adoration for God’s amazing creation. The words of the Psalmist in Psalm 8 make us stand … Continue reading “From Pastor’s Desk: October 2021”

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