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Written by Dave Lenehan   My uncles Richard and John did it. My cousins Peter and Roger and my nephew-in-law Alex did it, too.  I’ve sat under the teaching of over a dozen more who’ve done it.  Even a couple of students who were involved in our church’s student ministry Read more

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Wearing Fruit

Written by Dave Lenehan   “I can’t wait to see what the Lord is going to do now that we’ve lost this one.” Those were the words of a woman living in the Houston, TX area after losing everything when her apartment complex was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.  She had Read more

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The Most Important Week

Written by Dave Lenehan   The most important week in all of history started with a celebration parade: “The next day the large crowd that had come to the feast heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem. So they took branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, crying out, “Hosanna! Blessed Read more

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Jesus’ Inner Circle Is You & Me

Written by Dave Lenehan   If you stop and take a brief but close look at Jesus’ disciples, you realize that they weren’t much different from you and me.  Four of them were fishermen, one was a hated tax collector. Some of the others, like Thaddeus and Bartholomew, we’ve been given very little information about at all.  But Jesus knew these 12 would build His Kingdom and set in motion the Gospel message. (more…)

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We’ll Pray For You

Written by Dave Lenehan   “I’ll be praying for you.”  You heard that from someone before, right? Of course. We all have.  And my guess is that most of us have said that to someone, usually someone close to us when they’ve shared a matter, a need that they wanted Read more

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How I Handle Sin

Written by Dave Lenehan   There’s always two sides to every story.  One side typically is the truth. The other is at most a big fat lie or at the least, a long stretching of the truth.  I think the same can be said about how we approach our sin.  Read more

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Preaching to Yourself

Written by Derek Levendusky   From Dave Lenehan: My friend and ministry colleague Derek Levendusky holds a myriad of God-given talents. He’s Pastor of GraceLife Church in Avon, NY. He’s a singer, songwriter, guitarist/pianist, seminar speaker, wrestling coach, Dolphins fan (don’t hold that against him), father of six and husband Read more

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Remembering Billy Graham

Written by Dave Lenehan   This week we are mourning, remembering, and honoring a man who brought the Truth of the Gospel of Jesus to millions of people over many decades.  You likely have a memory moment from Rev. Dr. Billy Graham.  Maybe it was a crusade you attended where Read more

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What Do We Do?

Written by Dave Lenehan   Her name was Rachel Scott.  When you were in high school, you may have participated in an anti-bullying program called Rachel’s Challenge.  It is being used by hundreds of schools across the country.  Rachel, a believer, was one of 12 students and a teacher gunned Read more

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The Greatness of a Cupbearer

Written by Dave Lenehan   “Now I was cupbearer to the king.” Great story, bro. Thanks for sharing. Now before you get concerned that this edition of Thoughts is going all sarcastic on you, let me explain.  Those seven words don’t even make up a full verse in the Bible, but they are the words of Nehemiah.  They set the stage at the end of chapter 1 for what God does for Nehemiah and the nation of Israel throughout the rest of the book.  God uses Nehemiah’s high position of king’s cupbearer to give him an audience with the king where he shares the burden and sadness that he has been carrying about the city of Jerusalem being in ruins.  (more…)

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