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Reaching out to Nicaragua

Gallatin and Jamesport Methodist Churches are gathering resources and support to be able to go on a mission trip and minister to the people of Nicaragua during May. Each trip costs between $1,400-$1,500 and the group is hoping to raise a total of $5-$6,000 before leaving in May.

Over $2,300 was raised during the Methodist Church Trivia Night held Feb. 25. The next schedule fundraiser is a spaghetti fundraiser at

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Please rend the heavens!

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The United States of America in 2017 is in desperate need of reform. The list of critical issues is beyond number. Virtually all of the things gone wrong can be traced back to human misbehavior. Real and lasting reform will take place only when God rends the heavens and comes down.

Isaiah 64 is a cry from the heart of Isaiah regarding his nation, Israel. We

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The Shepherd Calls: Listen to the thunder

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

“Did you hear that thunder last night?” my wife asked.

“No, I didn’t hear it. Was it loud?”

“Why, it shook the house. Lightning must have struck close by. Keely (our dog) got right beside the bed.”

Oh, my! I love to hear the thunder roll; I love to watch the rain. Yet, I slept through it all.

There are several instances in the Bible

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Good Thinking: Be my Valentine

by Dr. Don Kuehle

“God made my heart a valentine; Inscribed it with His light divine.

He filled it with some lovely things: early songbirds in the Spring,

Snowflakes and wayside flowers, golden moments and golden hours.

He added yet sincerity, and hope and faith and charity;

Plus love and mirth and mischief, too,

And made my valentine for you!”   — Minnie Klemme

Valentine’s Day is Feb. 14. We love

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The Shepherd Calls: Valentine’s value

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

On a south sea island, there lived a shy girl named Sy, the fifth daughter and last child of a family who wanted a son. She grew up being told she was a disappointment. The family needed a son. As you might expect, she was disappointed in herself and lacked self- esteem.

In her culture, men purchased wives from the fathers. Suitors courted the girls;

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God’s Strange Work

by Pastor Steve Ellison

God granted an extremely rare privilege to Moses in Exodus 34:6-7, “Then the Lord passed by in front of him and proclaimed, “The Lord, the Lord God, compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in lovingkindness and truth; who keeps lovingkindness for thousands, who forgives iniquity, transgression and sin; yet He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished.” (NASU)

God’s first inclination is always

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Good Thinking: Februarius

by Dr. Don Kuehle

What time is it? Who can say. History records that people through the ages have changed time to suit themselves. Once there were only 10 months in the Calendar Year. The year began with the month of March. Some Roman Emperor decreed that two additional months be added to the calendar. He named them “Januarius” and “Februarius” and placed them at the end of the calendar

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The Shepherd Calls: Prayer perspective

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

Most mornings I am the first one up at our house. With a cup of coffee in my hand, I sit in front of the fire (we have gas logs) and pray. I have devotional books and Bible selections I love to read. It is a precious time of prayer. I look forward to it and miss it when it doesn’t happen.

As sweet as

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Nearer to God

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Perhaps you are familiar with David Brainerd (1718-1747), faithful missionary to the Delaware Indians. I am reprinting his Jan. 1, 1746, journal entry below, written when he was 28 years old. It is sobering and convicting and encouraging to me, and I suspect that it will be to you also. He was orphaned at the age of 14 and would die from tuberculosis just 22 months

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