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Bold prayer #2: Break me.

On Sunday, Nov. 11, we're starting our generosity campaign called Step Forward Togetherto raise money to see God's vison for building at 580-586 N Michigan St become a reality. This made me think about the first gift we ever received for a building fund. Pathway officially started on Sunday, October 2, 2005. We sent postcards out and invited people to come and had a grea...

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Bold prayer #3: Use me

In the Bible when God called people, not everyone responded the same way. So let's look at three possible ways we can respond to God's call which will then lead us to our third bold prayer. For some, maybe you're like Jonah. Jonah said, "Here I am. I'm not going." Jonah 1:1-3 God called Jonah to go west to Nineveh and serve him, but Jonah ran east and then gets on a ship...

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Pathway's 10 year anniversary

As I reflect back over 10 years I am thankful! Give thanks to the LORD for his steadfast love and faithfulness. I'm Thankful to the LORD for those of you who served on the launch team of 40 people to help get Pathway started. I'm Thankful to the LORD for the way God changed the owner of the York theatre, Shirley Johnson's mind to allow us to meet here in the York Theatre...

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Is it a sin to have a picture of Jesus?

Currently I'm preaching through a series called "Live the 10; God's design for true life." It has been a convicting series on the 10 commandments and we're only on week three. Anyhow, this past Sunday we looked at the second commandment which says "You shall not make for yourself and idol in the form of anything in the heaven above or the earth beneath or the waters below...

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Better than Olympic gold

I must confess I'm sad this week . . . the Olympics are over. For the last two weeks my family sat down, together with the rest of the world, and we watched the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. We watched the American women win the team gold in gymnastics. We watched the flying squirrel, Gabby Douglas, win gold in the women's all around gymnastics. We watched synchronized pl...

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