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Volume 33, Issue 6

3/20/19 | Newsletter

Every year before Lent, the Royal Lane children help us say goodbye to the word “Alleluia.” They march the letters of the word down the center aisle on the first Sunday morning in Lent and put them in a box for safe keeping. The letters are then...

Volume 33, Issue 5

3/6/19 | Newsletter

My friend and mentor, Rev. Dr. Steven M. Sheeley, preached a Good Friday sermon using this familiar story of the city of Coventry: The city of Coventry rests quietly in the middle of England. By the mid-20th Century it had become an important...

Volume 33, Issue 4

2/20/19 | Newsletter

My daughters are studying the night sky as part of their science curriculum for school. They are learning about constellations, planets, and satellites. On Friday, my wife, Amanda, set up a lesson for them to learn the phases of the moon. They...

Volume 33, Issue 3

2/6/19 | Newsletter

There was once a farmer who grew award-winning corn. Each year he entered his corn in the state fair where it always won first prize. One year, a newspaper reporter interviewed him and learned the farmer’s strategy for growing winning corn. What...

Volume 33, Issue 2

1/23/19 | Newsletter

In 1517, a German morality professor at Wittenberg named Martin Luther published his Ninety-Five Theses criticizing the state church for clergy abuse because the church received money for forgiveness. Salvation came through paying a fee and not...

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