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A Seasonal Reflection

  “He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither.”  (Psalm 1:3 ESV) Schools have begun and so has football season.  The baseball playoffs are here and the summer heat and humidity are gone.  Autumn is a wonderful season with a…

LRPC Flea Market Recap

I want to first thank everyone who helped with the Flea Market on September 10th. Everyone I have talked with feels that we had a successful day—-in spite of the severe heat and humidity (but then, that’s Baltimore!). My grandkids and the Sweeneys helped with stacking all the chairs and setting up tables on Labor…

Dangerous Homophones

Homophone – hom’-o-phone, n. a work pronounced the same as, but differing in meaning from another, whether spelled the same way or not, as heir and air. (Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary © 1989) Two words – – Same sound – – Different meanings – – Both dangerous Idol – Idle Happy Labor Day! Established in…

Transformed Philadelphia: Women’s Conference

All women and teen girls are encouraged to attend the “Philadelphia Transformed” Conference September 30 and October 1 in BrynMawr, PA. This is a monumental event that our denomination has put together for us! Please check out all of the details at the website: http://www.pcacdm.org/transformed2016/transformed-philadelphia/   As a Regional Advisor, I am often asked the same questions about Women’s…

LRPC’s Saturday “VBS” (UNDER CONSTRUCTION!)

Under Construction: Vacation Bible Saturday was a huge success! Praise the Lord for all the volunteers and the 24 children who came to hear God’s truths. God abundantly blessed our time together with excellent weather as well as music, puppets, crafts, games, snacks, and a wonderful Bible lesson on Matthew 7:24-27, The Wise and Foolish…

Days Set Apart – Both Sacred and Civil

What will you do with your holiday? Although most of the days of our lives will be similar, i.e., ordinary and routine, some days are special and deserve to be recognized as such. There are numerous benefits to setting apart some days to celebrate or to memorialize certain seminal events in our lives. This can…

Worship Matters: Part 3

The first Element that we will look at is the “reading of Holy Scripture” (BCO 47-9). Christianity is a revealed religion; that is to say, we believe the Bible is God’s special revelation. We would not know who God is or what He requires of us (see WSC #3) unless He tells us. Apart from…

A Time To Send

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, . . . a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance… (Ecclesiastes…

A Letter From Charlotte’s Family

Praise God! Mom now “knows her faith.” She is with Jesus and all is well with her soul. Indeed, our souls are quieted by remembering the many ways that Mom’s church family blessed her earthly life, then continued to comfort and uphold our family in prayer and deeds after her passing. First of all, over…