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God Loves You Like it or Not

We recently read John 3: 16 in worship.  When you think about John 3: 16 what comes to your mind?  Maybe you think of the guy in the rainbow-colored wig sitting between the uprights holding the sign painted with the world’s most famous verse. But when...

The Joy of Rotary

Three years ago when I moved to Gardner I knew I wanted to get involved with the community.  Moving here from a small town in New York I was aware of the importance of not only getting to know the people in my congregation but also the movers and shakers in the...

An Idea that Changed the World

Martin Luther changed the world with an idea.  The question that every religion asks and seeks to answer is how to we get to God.  Many of us have a relationship with God, but how do we truly know if we have a place in heaven?  In almost every case the...

Thank You, President Obama

[callout]This article was first published in The Gardner News on January 21, 2017[/callout] Yesterday, we watched as Don­ald Trump became the 45th president of the United States of Amer­ica. We listened and wat­ched as President Barack Obama served his final day in...

Santa Claus is Real

Before becoming a pastor I worked at a Christian camp in New Hampshire.  I hosted retreats for different churches throughout New England.  Our most attended winter weekends was called Christmas Traditions.  Throughout the weekend we would recreate...

Giving Thanks with a Thankful Heart

We teach them to our children as the magic words: “Please” and “Thank you.” We prompt our kids to be polite: “Thank you, Mrs. Greene, for having me over.” Most of us automatically say “thank you” many times a day. You probably say it when you get change at the store....