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A Word From Our Ministers

Do We Really Mean It?

By Don Loftis | 04.27.16

The story is told of a noted conductor who was guiding his chorus and orchestra through a dress rehearsal of Handel’s Messiah.  The soprano soloist sang a perfect musical rendition of the refrain “I Know that My Redeemer Liveth.”  The conductor was neither pleased nor impressed.  He asked her, if she really knew her redeemer, to which she replied, “I think so.”  His challenge was , “Then sing like it.”   Every worship period we sing some great hymns.  Some are old, others new.  Some are fast, others slow.  Though we always want to do our best, the challenge of worship is not the quality of the music, but the heartfelt quality of the words sung.   Do we mean it, when we sing… “Christ we do all adore Thee, and we do praise Thee [...]

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Take A Look At The Lamb

By Don Loftis | 04.20.16

It seems like the presidential election has been going on forever, and it still has six months to go.  The positions advocated along with the attitudes and behaviors displayed by the candidates often leave us embarrassed or even angry.  This frustration led one church to post this on their church sign: “Have the elephant and the donkey let you down?  Turn to the Lamb!”   This is not intended as a political statement, as much as it is a statement regarding values and power.  Where do we go to find answers to our problems?  What is our hope for tomorrow based on?   In Psalm 20:7 David calmly asserts, “Some boast in chariots and some in horses, but we will boast in the name of the LORD, our God.”  The chorus of an old hymn [...]

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""Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me, but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea."" (Matthew 18:5-6)