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Matthew 4:12-17

I will be out of town tomorrow and the following Sunday.  So I will be missing Pastor Beau’s upcoming messages in Matthew.  But my heart is in this discipleship, gospel manual in the New Testament.  Unfortunately, I will not be … Continue reading

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30-Day Bible Reading Challenge

Read one chapter each morning

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Mercy in the Margins (June – 2017)

Greetings! First, I must thank those of you have financially given to my calling as a missionary chaplain among the poor, the brokenhearted, and the captive in downtown Idaho Falls. I am humbled by your consideration and support. The need … Continue reading

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Matthew 3:13-17

Today, at Emmaus Road Church, Pastor Beau Floyd opened up the discussion at our assembly with this question:  What is baptism? I enjoyed immensely watching Jeff Cale take the microphone and share his testimony of God’s grace in his life. … Continue reading

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Matthew 3:1-12

Today, at Emmaus Road Church, Pastor Beau Floyd preached “Making a Way to Jesus” from Matthew 3:1-12 and connected the text to us in five ways: (1) A Messenger and a Way, (2) Being Weird, (3) Baptism and Repentance, (4) … Continue reading

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Succeeding and Reading

Two Sundays ago with Emmaus Road Church along the river in Idaho Falls . . . Pastor Beau taught from the text, Deuteronomy 31:1-13. His talking points:  God is With You God Goes With His People God Goes With His Leaders … Continue reading

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Mercy in the Margins (March – 2017)

I share greetings of the Lord’s grace and peace to you all.  This is the first of my monthly updates, entitled “Mercy in the Margins”.  My life passage in the Bible is Isaiah 61:1-3.  It’s fitting because my first name, … Continue reading

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