When talking about fatherhood no one mentions traveling a long distance (twice) to see a play in the company of adult children (for the second time) affectionately based in the universe of a series of books and movies that you’ve never read or seen. And that you’ll love the experience of sharing your children’s lives …

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John Starke writes about pastoring during a season of depression. And a source of encouragement through that time. I began to notice that I wasn’t just sad or discouraged about my circumstances. Something was different. There was a darkness that had set in. My sorrow and discouragement began to wrap around me and squeeze. It …

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I get surprised by what hasn’t already been posted on Sunday Songs. I searched up Since Jesus Came Into My Heart and it doesn’t seem to be here. Even if it was it would be worth putting up again. Rufus McDaniel’s words and music are infectiously joyful. This Gaither video lets the song speak for …

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 30 80. Q. What difference is there between the Lord’s Supper and the papal Mass? A. The Lord’s Supper testifies to us that we have compete forgiveness of all our sins through the one sacrifice of Jesus Christ which he himself has accomplished on the cross once for all; (and …

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The bulk of sermons at MGPC follow an expository, systematic Bible teaching pattern. Sermon series follow books of the Bible, sometimes in sections. This year we’ve been through the book of James and we’ll finish with Ecclesiastes; we’ve also been through sections of 1 Kings (chapters 12-17) and Mark’s Gospel (chapters 9-11). We’ll return to …

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