Posts by Juanita Borland

Choosing What is Better

When a person or group cares about one thing over all others that is a priority.  Everyday, whether we realize it our not we set our tasks or jobs in order of priority.  I am quite sure that when Noah got the word from God that there was going to be a flood that covered…

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Trusting Jesus in Life’s Crises

The nature of a crisis is that we don’t know when it is coming.  When a crisis hits, we often focus on survival and a lot about life comes into blaring perspective.  Most often the best and the worst in people come out unexpectedly in a crisis.  Our character is most visible under stress and crisis.  When…

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“What is the Risk?”

The definition of Risk implies future uncertainty about deviation from expected earnings or expected outcome.  Risks are of different types and originate from different situations.  So, the question is What is the Risk?  Join us this Sunday as Rev. Margaret Robertson unpacks this question in her sermon based on Isaiah 6:1-8 and Luke 5:1-11. We will be…

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‘Are All The Children In?”

Have you ever been invited to a party that was maybe not quite your style?  You did everything that you could do to come up with a great excuse that would convince the host that you were unable to attend?  This Sunday Rev. Keith Boyer will be bringing us his message “Are all the children…

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“HOW 2 LOOK GOOD NAKED” – Week 2:  All On Me

  “It’s not my fault!”  Sounds like one of the first defense mechanisms we learned as kids, right?  Somehow it weasels its way into every explanation for a broken lamp, or a dust-up with somebody in the schoolyard, or homework that didn’t get handed in by the deadline.  But it doesn’t end with childhood, and…

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“HOW 2 LOOK GOOD NAKED” – Week 1: Nothing To Hide

It’s a new year – does that lead you to want a new you?  What’s the problem with ‘the old you’?  Or maybe the better question is, ‘what’s wrong with the REAL you?’  As human beings we can often get caught up in a cycle of shame, disguise and even self-deception … all because we…

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