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Volunteers Needed

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In case you are not aware, St. Paul’s has a Care Team ministry, whose purpose is to reach out to our members in times of special needs.  In the past, this has been Covenant Care team and its focus was on members going through illnesses, death of loved ones, or family crises of some kind. Since […]

GREETINGS ST. PAUL’S FAMILY

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Over the last several days, our home has begun to take on a new scent.  At first I couldn’t quite identify the unfamiliar smell wafting throughout the various rooms.  It wasn’t the lingering aroma of a meal we’d recently shared.  It wasn’t the unpleasant fumes of teenage sneakers.  It wasn’t the glorious fragrance of the […]

Photo Directory Update

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Recently when Lifetouch Photography came and took pictures for our new photo directory, some of you who wanted to have your pictures included were not able to do so.  To include all of the personal photos of individuals that wanted to be included would have increased the cost to where we would have been required […]

It is getting stormy out there……..

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As we are making our way through the Gospel according to Luke on our Lenten journey to Easter, there is one story which we will not get the chance to study in worship, but it is well worth mentioning now. “One day He got into a boat with His disciples, and He said to them, […]

Apostles’ Creed Serman Series beginning January 22, 2017

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We’re all searching.  Sometimes the search is easy:  simply type a question and the answer pops up, but sometimes our questions are complicated, the answers are difficult to see and harder to explain.  How do we discover and examine the truths that give meaning and purpose to life?  For centuries, Christians have believed powerful answers […]

Family Promise

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St. Paul’s Family Promise Host week is fast approaching. Beginning Sunday, January 15, 2017, we will host 3 families for a week. Evening and overnight hosts are still needed. If you can volunteer for this important mission of the church, please contact the church office or call Nancy Bryce at 405-570-6636. Please follow and like […]

Daily Devotional – Sunday, July 31

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2nd Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18 Thoughts for reflection:  It is important for all to remember God did not ask us to be victorious in all we do, but instead to persevere in our faith in all things.  If we are faithful, doing the Christ-like thing as often as we can, God will take care of the […]

Daily Devotional – Saturday, July 30

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2nd Timothy 3:14-4:5 Thoughts for reflection:  Verse 4:3 is one which often comes to my mind.  How easy is it for you to list groups or individuals who you believe are turning their backs on sound biblical teaching and adopting teachings that suit their own desire?  If I was guessing, I would say, not very […]

Daily Devotional – Friday, July 29

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2nd Timothy 2:8-15 Thoughts for reflection:  What is the line between being confident in our faith, proudly and lovingly following Jesus Christ in all we do, and being confrontational in our beliefs where we are demanding others believe and act as we do; where we see ourselves as right, and they are wrong?  The more […]

Daily Devotional – Thursday, July 28

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2nd Timothy 1:1-14 Thoughts for reflection:  What does it look like today to “have a spirit of power, love, and self-discipline?”  I believe for most of us our faith is something which is both ever-present and slightly hidden in our daily lives.  Because of the confrontational nature of previous evangelistic movements and the increasing societal […]