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November 2017

Thank You

Sermon for November 25, 2017 Texts: 1 Chronicles 16:23-34, Luke 19:1-8 The plan for Thanksgiving was our usual. Everybody gathers at our house mid morning. We pile into vehicles with four wheel drive and head up into the hills to … Continue reading

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Hiking, camping trips spring, 2018

I’m working on two or three group camping/hiking trips in the desert Southwest this spring. One will feature strenuous hiking. One will be more relaxed, featuring sights and wonders and shorter hikes. Let me know if you are interested. jtmclarty@gmail.com. … Continue reading

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Sermons by Green Lake Youth

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By the Waters of Babylon

Jeremiah 29:4-7 Matthew 18:23-34 Listen carefully to this Psalm. By the waters of Babylon, there we sat down and wept, when we remembered Zion. 2 On the willows there we hung up our lyres. 3 For there our captors required … Continue reading

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Arguing with the Church

For Sabbath, November 4, 2017 Texts: Jeremiah 21:11-14, Matthew 23:1-13 Five hundred years ago, a theology professor, Martin Luther, got into an argument with a popular preacher named Johann Tetzel. Tetzel was preaching that a person could reduce their punishment … Continue reading

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