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The Church Year as Civil Disobedience

I heard a great sermon on this First Sunday of Advent, preached by Wayne McLaughlin at the Montevallo Presbyterian Church. The Montevallo congregation follows the Narrative Lectionary instead of the Revised Common Lectionary, and the reading in the Narrative Lectionary … Continue reading

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New Item on Baking Site

Great new item for the Fourth of July over on the baking site! I can only bake so many, so get your order in TODAY! Click here to read all about it.

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Something for Everyone

The following is a press release (of sorts) that I did for a friend’s web site. Please feel free to share it yourself, either by linking to this blog post or by copying and pasting the release to your own … Continue reading

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Two Books

Two very different books, on two very different subjects. Really need your support. Please download one, or both, of these books if you can today by any means. Cost is only $6 each. Posts about these eBooks have been seen … Continue reading

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Sacraments Book Updated!

My book on the sacraments has been GREATLY revised and updated. There is more historical information, as well as more practical information on how to celebrate the Eucharist. How often should a church celebrate Communion? Why do some churches baptise … Continue reading

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Advent Worship: Week 1

I am not planning worship for any church(es) this Advent season, but if I were, here is what I would suggest. All Scriptures are the appointed readings for Advent from the Revised Common Lectionary. This list does not include all … Continue reading

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The Anatomy of Doubt

(A sermon for the Second Sunday of Easter) Poor Thomas. “Doubting Thomas.” That’s all anyone remembers about him. Hardly ever do we hear anyone mention that Thomas went on to evangelize the Parthians, and Persians, and carried the Christian faith … Continue reading

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