This Week

Life thoughts for the week

Ninth Sunday After Pentecost   

Surprise pregnancy and terminal diagnosis can inflict real anxiety about material necessities. But abortion and assisted suicide will only leave its victims lacking even more. 

Our Heavenly Father, on the other hand, gets giddy to furnish sufferers with not just what we need, but also all the assets, land, and families He has (Luke 12:31-32). 

Death, even when we wield it, leaves us empty, but faith never fails to fill hands and hearts. 

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Wednesday in Advent and Lent

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Man Up Study Resumes September 24

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