Monthly Archives: May 2011

Catch Fire Day 32

Catch Fire Day 32          “God’s gift in the time of crisis”   Acts 8:1-3   I was invited to the graduation ceremony of the PSR (Pacific School of Religion). Jose Ramos, one of our church attendee, is graduating this year. He … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 31

Catch Fire Day 31   “What would you see when you die?”    Acts 7:54-60   The Bible passage for today says that when Stephen died he was full of the Holy Spirit and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 30

Catch Fire Day 30                “Accepting our sins”         Acts 7:1-53   I met a boy. He used drug and wasted his life for a few years. I asked him, “Why did you use drug?” He said, “Well, a well known person … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 29

Catch Fire Day 29       “What do you want?”   John 14:1-14   We have a wonderful promise. Jesus said, “You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it” (John 14:14). However, when we actually think about … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 15:1-20

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 15:1-20 Our church is going to perform celebration music in Todos Santos Park on July 4th this year after the July 4th parade. Our choir and orchestra will be there but our church members will … Continue reading

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Divided by face or United by faith?

Divided by face or United by faith? I was asked to write a comment on the article in the Wall Street Journal, “New Faces of Childhood” (Apr. 6, 2011 by Conor Dougherty). The article reports the results of the 2010 … Continue reading

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Catch Fire Day 28

Catch Fire Day 28                      Holy Priesthood                      1 Peter 2:1-10 On Thursday, I visited a man, who was our former church member. He was one of our charter members. When there was theological disagreement about some issues he left our church. … Continue reading

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