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Going on Sabbatical

Pastor Phil will take a two-month sabbatical leave starting June 12, 2017 and ending August 14, 2017. Why does he need a sabbatical leave and what will he do?...

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Like sheep without a shepherd

There's a hymn that says we are "Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it. Prone to leave the God I love." We will wander without a shepherd to lead us. Praise God that he has given us a Great Shepherd who leads us. Praise God that he has given us under-shepherds to lead us to Him....

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All about Numbers

Reading through the book of Numbers provides interesting insights into our God and how he deals with his covenant people....

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An Angry God?

In Isaiah 9:8-21 - 10:4 God speaks judgment upon his people and repeats this refrain four times: "For all this his anger has not turned away, and his hand is stretched out still." What are we to make of this?...

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Feasting after the Fast

Fasting during Lent ends with the celebration of the Resurrection! Let the feasting begin!...

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Two Honduran Pastors

While in Honduras last week I was given the opportunity to visit with two Honduran pastors. We discussed our respective visions for our churches and their specific needs. We ended our time sharing prayer requests and praying for each other....

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Happy Anniversary in Honduras

Shelley and I celebrated our 26th wedding anniversary in Honduras with a great group of people showing many the love of Christ. Where would we rather be?...

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We're Back!

The team from Rincon Mountain that went to La Ceiba, Honduras for a one-week missions trip has returned. We're back but we're not the same. You can't go on a trip like this and not be changed....

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Honduras 2015 First day of heavy labor

Our team finally got to go out and serve today. We were divided between running a medical clinic and construction....

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Ready to Return

After one week, one busy and effective week, the team from Rincon Mountain is ready to return home....

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Honduras 2015 - The team learns the meaning of flexible

The key word and concept every long or short term must master is flexibility....

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The Lord's Day in La Ceiba

The team celebrates the Lord's Day in worship and rest...

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Honduras 2015 - in Houston

Team Honduras 2015 makes an early departure for La Ceiba....

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Honduras team arrives in La Ceiba

After 18 hours of travel, the Honduras team finally arrives in La Ceiba....

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Team Honduras 2015

RMPC is sending 11 short-term missionaries to La Ceiba, Honduras from July 18 - 25, 2015. Who is going on the trip? How is support for the trip accumulating?...

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Overflowing

God reminds us that he is the one who fills our cups and that his filling is the best!...

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Why I Like Lent

Following the church calendar and practicing spiritual disciplines during Lent seems "Roman Catholic" to many Evangelicals today. "What benefit is there is adding ritualistic or legalistic practices to our daily lives?" some may ask. Done in the right spirit with the right understanding, the 40 days of Lent can be a great boost to our walk with Jesus....

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Happy New Year!

If you want to be Happy in the New Year and wish others the same, point them to Psalm 1....

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Prospero Ano

A successful and prosperous year, a year in which you can be strong and courageous, is a year in which the word of God is kept central to your life....

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Dracula: Good Triumphs Over Evil

I'll purchase tickets early for this one. Bram Stoker's Dracula is a literary classic pitting good versus evil and dramatically portraying the triumph of good over evil. Director Alicia Fodor will do a masterful job of bringing this play to life....

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Three Gospel-driven Conversations: going deeper with the gospel

There are three gospel-driven conversations in which each follower of Jesus should become proficient. These three gospel-driven conversations involve three different directions: upward between ourselves and God, inward between ourselves and other believers, and outward between ourselves and those who do not yet believe in God. ...

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The Forgotten Side of the Gospel

The church often places a greater and sometimes exaggerated emphasis on the saving aspect of the gospel but we forget the sanctifying aspect of the gospel....

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When the giant doesn't die

1 Samuel 17 clearly shows us that David is not the hero of the story. The hero is the One to whom David gives all the credit. “The battle is the Lord’s.” Every battle we face in life��"and we will always face battles��"is known to God and is under his sovereign rule. But does he utterly defeat every giant we face?...

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Developing intimacy in your relationships

Intimacy is the foundation of any lasting and satisfying relationship whether it is with a friend or with your spouse (or future spouse)....

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