Monthly Archives: January 2011

While the Pastor’s Away (Part 1)

Devotion from Charles Spurgeon: Four Great Privileges of having access in Jesus. Continue reading

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The Church and the Light Bulb

How many Presbyterians does it take to change a light bulb? Find out here. Continue reading

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Grandma and Grandpa Sayler’s Lasting Gift

An overheated microwave and a spiritual heritage. Continue reading

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My Favorite Knock Knock Joke

Click here to watch my favorite knock, knock joke ever. Continue reading

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Pride and the Pastorate

As a pastor, I am keenly aware of the sins with which I struggle.  It makes me a little more tolerant when those around me struggle in sin.  I spend a good amount of time in prayer every Sunday morning, … Continue reading

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Theology According to Veggie Tales

Richard Praytor on watching TV with the kids. Continue reading

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Running Man

I used to be a runner. A devotion on running, treadmills, and spiritual monotony. Continue reading

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