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From Michael Waschevski | November 14, 2018

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Dear friends, What an exciting time in the life of First Presbyterian! As we approach Thanksgiving, I am especially mindful of being thankful for the opportunity to rededicate the Sanctuary at both 9 and 11 a.m. this Sunday, November 18. It will be a service of joy and thanksgiving! ...

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From Joshua Stewart | November 7, 2018

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Dear friends,   I must confess that though I love all the major sports, I love basketball the most (well, next to ping pong). Recently, I read a story about Red Auerbach, the famous hall of fame basketball coach of the Boston Celtics. Auerbach was quite a character. In their winningest...

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From Michael Waschevski | October 31, 2018

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Dear saints,  That’s right.  Saints.  Literally, holy ones.  That’s you.  That’s me.  That’s us.   And not just us…   The saints include all who follow Jesus Christ.  The saints also include the faithful who...

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From Michael Waschevski | October 17, 2018

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During the month of October at First Presbyterian we intentionally focus on generosity.  We remember and recall, we consider and celebrate, God’s generosity to us.  As we do, we recommit ourselves to responding with our gifts of resources, time, and ourselves as we seek to be...

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From Karl Travis | October 10, 2018

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  Fellow Stewards,   I love stewardship season. I love stewardship season because I believe that generosity is God’s most foundational characteristic. And, I believe that becoming more generous is among the greatest goals in a life of discipleship. And, I am convinced that...

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From Karl Travis | October 7, 2018

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  Fellow Stewards,   I love stewardship season. I love stewardship season because I believe that generosity is God’s most foundational characteristic. And, I believe that becoming more generous is among the greatest goals in a life of discipleship. And, I am convinced that...

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From Joshua Stewart | October 3, 2018

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Dear friends, This Sunday, we celebrate World Communion Sunday.  It’s one of my favorite Sundays of the year as Christians all over the globe will celebrate the Lord’s Supper and remember that together, despite our differences, we are all the body of Christ.  In my office...

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From Karl Travis | September 19, 2018

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Dear Friends, It’s that season again – stewardship season. Some congregations view the annual stewardship campaign as something akin to a flu shot. We’ll allow ourselves to be pricked in the body’s nether regions so long as it inoculates us for the rest of the year...

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From Joshua Stewart | September 12, 2018

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Dear friends,  This Fall, our Wednesday night High School Bible Study group is reading various Bible stories alongside Bob Goff’s new book, Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People.  The premise of the book is that disciples of Jesus...

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From Robyn Michalove | September 5, 2018

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Dear Church Family, Thank you again for the amazing gift of a sabbatical leave this summer. The time was refreshing and restorative. I was able to make significant headway in my doctoral research, and I also enjoyed traveling with my family to visit other members of our extended family and...

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