Monthly Archives: May 2011

Catch Fire Day 38

  Catch Fire Day 38                                       “Mediator”                                            Acts 9:23-31   In v. 31 we find that the church was growing rapidly. “Meanwhile the church throughout Judas, Galilee, and Samaria had peace and was built up. Living in the fear of the … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 37

Catch Fire Day 37                       “A Spiritual Leader in the Making”               Acts 9:1-22 From time to time I talked to my children asking if they wanted to be pastors. My son and daughter said “yes!” when they were 5-6 years old … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 15: 21-28

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 15:21-28 Last Sunday we talked about dreams for our children and grand children. We want them to live abundant lives. We do not want them to die under pressure of keeping all the rules and … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 36

Catch Fire Day 36    “Holy Spirit”   John 14:15-21 I visited a church member who is in a housing complex for the retirees. I go there once a month to serve a communion. She loves it and wait for the date … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 35

Catch Fire Day 35  Justice and Holiness   1 Peter 2:11-25 When I was in college, we were in “war” against our own government (in the form of student demonstration). The catch phrase was “justice.” At that time the advice of … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 34

Catch Fire Day 34      “Islam Seminar”   Acts 8:26-40   We had Islam seminar on Wednesday. One of the Muslim leaders in our area came to our church with the invitation from the chair of our Religion and Race committee. He … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 33

Catch Fire Day 33   “Pure motive and clean heart”   Acts 8:4-25   I visited one of my church members this morning. He signed for the DNR (Do not resuscitate) paper long ago. However, this morning, his doctor ordered to put … Continue reading

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