Monthly Archives: July 2016

DIY – Not allowed!

Do it Yourself. With the internet and Youtube one can figure out how to do just about any project around the house. Sometimes it’s kind of nice to be that self-reliant person. But, when it comes to the really important things in life, well, if we’re honest… we can really mess it up. DIY’s are not allowed.  And to […]

Dirt & Divine Breath

Have you ever stopped to consider the vast scope of the universe? It’s a humbling thing to do! They say if you hold up a grain of sand to the sky that the patch of sky it covers would span roughly 100 billion stars! Wow! And Psalm 104 states that the Lord stretches out the heavens […]

Facing Trials

This was our second week of going through the Psalms at Mount Hood Christian Center. We looked at Psalm 1 during my first week in the pulpit, and last Sunday we spent our time studying Psalm 6. Now, Psalm 6 doesn’t get a lot of air time, because Psalm 6 is what you would call a lament. And […]

Psalm 1

During my first week in the pulpit of Mount Hood Christian Center, I preached out of Psalm 1. And in it I shared a bit of vision. There are three points, inspired by the Psalm, that I would like our church to remember and be doing. And they are this: Delighting in God’s Word – […]

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