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The Promise Is For You

Posted on 8/16/2017 by SuperUser Account

A Sermon Preached at The Bellbrook Presbyterian Church
August 13, 2017
Rev. Diane Ziegler
Texts: Psalm 46
Acts 2:37-42

Psalm 46 proclaims, “Be still and know that I am God! I am exalted among the nations. I am exalted in the earth. The Lord of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our strength.”

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The Power of Positive Deviance

Posted on 8/6/2017 by SuperUser Account

In 1990, aid worker Jerry Sternin had been sent to open a new office of Save the Children in Vietnam. The government of the nation had invited Save the Children to open an office, yet when he arrived there, the foreign minister let him know that not everyone was pleased at his presence. “You have six months to make a difference,” he was told.

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Built Together

Posted on 7/31/2017 by SuperUser Account in Ephesians Matthew

“Built Together”: A Sermon Preached at Bellbrook Presbyterian Church < /br> Rev. Diane Ziegler< /br> Texts: Matthew 28:16-20; Ephesians 2:11-22

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He Chose Us

Posted on 7/31/2017 by SuperUser Account in Ephesians

A Sermon Preached at The Bellbrook Presbyterian Church< /br> July 16, 2017< /br> Rev. Diane Ziegler< /br> TEXT: Ephesians 1: 1-14

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A Life Worthy of Our Calling

Posted on 7/30/2017 by SuperUser Account in John Ephesians

“There are times in our lives – scary, unsettling times – when we know that we need help or answers but we’re not sure what kind, or even what the problem or question is. We look and look, tearing apart our lives like we’re searching for car keys in our couch, and we come up empty-handed,”

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Clothed With Christ

Posted on 6/7/2017 by SuperUser Account in Luke Galatians

Where does your identity lie?
Today we celebrate Heritage Sunday. It is a day to think about who we are and whose we are as Christians and as Presbyterians. We are part of a long faith tradition. Our worship service today includes scripture and segments from the various confessions that we hold to as a church. As part of Heritage Sunday, I would like to lift up the Barmen Declaration, one of our confessions, and speak to a bit about it’s time because the writers of the Barmen Declaration drew upon Galatians and other works of Paul.

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"Christ Who Lives In Me"

Posted on 6/7/2017 by SuperUser Account in Luke Galatians

Gospel Reading: Luke 18:9-14 New Testament Reading: Galatians 1:13-17; 2:11-21

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Discerning God

Posted on 6/7/2017 by SuperUser Account in Luke Acts

Mother’s Day, as you may know, was founded after lengthy efforts by Anna Jarvis to recognize her mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis. Anne Reeves Jarvis was an advocate for mothers. She founded “Mother’s Day Work Clubs” which were an early form of parenting classes. These clubs evolved into a resource for Civil War soldiers and their families. And after the war, Jarvis created a “Mothers’ Friendship Day” (1868) which was an effort to unify the North and the South through mothers.

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Welcomed In

Posted on 5/7/2017 by SuperUser Account in Acts

My dear husband has quite a tendency to talk to anyone and everyone. That will become relevant later on. At our wedding reception, my mom pulled me over to the side and pointed across the room. “Who are those people?” she asked. Across the room from us was a young couple, very nicely dressed, chatting with others at their table like we had known them many years. They were not on the guest list, and had not received a printed invitation. But there they were.

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The Kingdom of Life

Posted on 4/30/2017 by SuperUser Account in Acts

We have been in the Gospel of Luke for a long time, and today we read our first passage from the book of Acts where we will be for a few short Sundays between now and June 4. Acts was written by the Gospel writer Luke - - a sequel to Luke of sorts, and it is focused on the life of the early church. < / br>The Narrative Lectionary that we are following gives us a huge chunk of text today; much of Chapter 6 and much of Chapter 7. You may find it helpful to pull out a pew Bible and find these passages.

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