Truth Be Told
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Truth Be Told

For today’s devotion, Molly Holloway invites you to listen to “Truth Be Told”: I find two profound truths here to consider. First, many of us are not sharing who we are and the struggles we’re facing with our church family (or, sometimes, with anyone). We don’t want people to know that we are broken. But...

Revelation 101: Session 4 – Four Horsemen and a Warning (Revelation 6-7)
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Revelation 101: Session 4 – Four Horsemen and a Warning (Revelation 6-7)

The book of Revelation is one of the most interesting and yet problematic books in the Bible. It obviously is important because of the “size of the subjects” it deals with (the end of the age, the judgment of God and the true Lordship of Christ). Unfortunately, because of the “size of these subjects” Revelation...

Fake muscles ?????
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Fake muscles ?????

Like a bodybuilder who uses medication to look like he is stronger than he is, it can be tempting to do things to look more spiritual than we really are. Pastor Keith Butler challenges us to look more at the process than at the results. Mount Oak Fellowship of the UMC mtoak.org

Something New
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Something New

In Isaiah 43:19, the Lord says “See, I am doing a new thing!” In our lives now, we are looking at starting anew when the pandemic eases. Children’s Director Shirletta Butler encourages us to join the Lord in the new work he’s doing, and to both embrace the new and keep the good things that...

Black History Month — the story of Jonathan Daniels
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Black History Month — the story of Jonathan Daniels

For our Black History Observance on February 21, 2021, Alvin Butler shares the story of Jonathan Daniels. Daniels was in seminary in Massachusetts when he answered the call of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. for Northern clergy to help complete the march from Selma, Alabama, to Montgomery that had been interrupted by a violent police...

Revelation 101: Session 3  – The Coronation of Christ (Revelation 4-5)
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Revelation 101: Session 3 – The Coronation of Christ (Revelation 4-5)

The book of Revelation is one of the most interesting and yet problematic books in the Bible. It obviously is important because of the “size of the subjects” it deals with (the end of the age, the judgment of God and the true Lordship of Christ). Unfortunately, because of the “size of these subjects” Revelation...

Oceans
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Oceans

Pastor Keith Butler offers this song for today’s devotion: I thought I would share a favorite today as we prepare for Ash Wednesday service tonight.

Why Bother With Lent?
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Why Bother With Lent?

Christians have observed a time of fasting in preparation for Easter for over 1500 years, but what value does it have to us today? Speaker: Molly Holloway

Revelation 101: Session 2 (Revelation 2-3)  – The Seven Churches
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Revelation 101: Session 2 (Revelation 2-3) – The Seven Churches

The book of Revelation is one of the most interesting and yet problematic books in the Bible. It obviously is important because of the “size of the subjects” it deals with (the end of the age, the judgment of God and the true Lordship of Christ). Unfortunately, because of the “size of these subjects” Revelation...