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Have you had those moments when all of a sudden a wind inside just sweeps over you? Like a warm rush. In a split second I feel my humanity. It is those moments I am so aware of my need for God; my deep desire to commune with the Creator. It’s the proverbial two by four. Christ says to me, “Where have you been? You aren’t at all centered. You are all over the place. The world is gripping you and you are letting it; seduced by the fruits of ... Read More »

Lift Your Light by Yoon Nam

The month of May is at our door step. It’s hard to believe how fast time passes. I am very excited in the month of May to “Pray in May.”  Some people compare prayer to breathing.  I understand that view of “breathing” but I think that even though we can’t survive without breathing, we can live without prayers.  I think that living without prayers as Christians is like being alive without deep breathing. We often live without enough deep breathing. I notice when I am physically or emotionally involved,  I ... Read More »

Easter People, Easter Songs by Yoon Nam

“He lives, He lives, Christ Jesus lives today. He walks with me and talks with me, along life’s narrow way. He lives, He lives, salvation to impart. You ask me how I know He lives, He lives within my heart.” I hope everyone had a blessed Easter. I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all who worked so hard during Holy Week and Easter. Choir members spent many hours rehearsing and praying prayers to lift up the best music to glorify God on Good Friday night, and at ... Read More »

Calling My Name by Yoon Nam

A newspaper survey recently found that people have a tendency to give names to their smart phones and cars. As I understand, this must come from having smart phones with voices that response to their owners. I don’t have a smart phone so I haven’t made a name for any phones yet.  However, I have given names to my cars such as Grace, Little Foot, Maxie, and Dove. And yes, I talk to my car daily. A phrase from last Sunday’s sermon comes to mind, “ the good shepherd knows ... Read More »

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