What's the point of prayer?
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Details of coming events and information about the great concrete tear-up can be found in this week's online newsletter here

Impossible triangle
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One of my favorite Christian authors is C.S. Lewis. You may be familiar with some of his work including The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, and The Great Divorce, among others. If you are not familiar with him, I highly recommend any of his writing since it is always insightful, ...

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To learn more about stinky shoes, laughs & lattes, Cinco de Mayo potluck pictures and upcoming events and happenings, check out the Concord Chronicle here.

U-Turn
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What’s the best procedure for someone to become a confirmed believer so that they are now a Jesus-follower?

Lots of churches and denominations have prescribed rutuals from “kneeling at the penitent-form”, “coming to the altar”, to “full immersion baptism”, amongst others. Sometimes these well-meaning processes just become impediments as Satan ...

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To read about Major Ann's great sigh of relief and get information about upcoming events, check out the Concord Chronicle here.

Do it now!
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I wish I could have been a fly on the wall just over two thousand years ago in Galilee at that wedding in Cana!

Surpisingly we don’t know who got married that day, but the wedding is famous because of the catering malfunction and its solution. Here is the story as recounted in John’s Gospel:

The next day there was a wedding celebration ...