Monthly Archives: March 2013

NCIS – Set Aside

Holy week – Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.  It is a week that represents the breadth of human emotions – jubilation to despair. As a preacher and teacher, I am personally intrigued by the back story of what transpires when … Continue reading

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NCIS Week 5 – Neighbors

I mentioned on Sunday that our team is reading Andy Stanley’s book “Deep & Wide:  Creating Churches Unchurched People Love to Attend.”  In the chapter titled “Rules of Engagement” he talks about clarifying your “win.”  In anticipation of those who … Continue reading

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NCIS – Week 4

I was searching through my notes for this series of messages and I found one of the early research documents that I had printed.  It is from the website discoveringidentity.com.  Highlighted on my printed page are these words: “Identity is … Continue reading

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NCIS – Week 3

One of the most powerful underlying themes of our American identity is our rugged individualism.  Historically we showed fearless courage as we pressed from the eastern shores of our founding to the unknown western coast.  Families in wagons pressed on … Continue reading

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