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“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “The Approaching Storm” The storm clouds are gathering. Such is the best way to describe what happened a couple of weeks ago when Houston mayor, Annise Parker,…

Harvest Breakfast

Over the years since Lodge Corner United Methodist Church was established in 1941, Hershel Richert, the first minister, was quoted saying, “Lodge Corner United Methodist Church was originally make up…

A Thought

By Michael P. Daniel “Jesus said [to Joseph and Mary], ‘Why did you seek Me? Did you not know I must be about My Father’s business?’ But they did not…

The Soul Winning Salesman

By William Wood A Soul Winner for the Lord Jesus Christ is a salesman, but there is a difference between a salesman who sells natural goods, and a salesman who…

Sat Night On The Corner

The weather is beautiful with its fall colors while harvest is complete. This is the best time for a road trip outside the big cities of Stuttgart and DeWitt to…

Be Not in the Dark

Pastor Steve Ellison We could spend a lifetime studying what the Bible says about God as Light. What I will do here, could not even qualify as scratching the surface.…

“Pilgrim Reflections”

By Tom Smith “The Real Battle” “And God gave them over to a reprobate mind. . .” (Romans 1:28b). When Paul penned those words in the first century A.D., he…

Pilgrim Reflections

By Tom Smith “Enough Already” Purple penguins? Believe it or not, that’s what a P.C. (politically correct) school system in Lincoln, Nebraska is wanting to start calling their boys and…

Be Not Hungry

Pastor Steve Ellison John 6 opens with Jesus miraculously feeding 5,000 men plus women and children. This was an effort to teach his disciples a valuable lesson. John 6 continues…

A Thought

By Michael P. Daniel “The Lord spoke to Moses in the plains of Moab by the Jordan, across from Jericho, saying, ‘Speak to the children of Israel and say to…