Articles written by Pastor Greg Brownell

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Pastor's Corner

As part of the pre-game activities at the Army–Navy football game a formal "prisoner exchange" takes place. The prisoners are the cadets and midshipmen who spent the entire semester studying at the s...

 

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A friend noticed a small pair of bronze shoes on the mantle and asked what they were. I responded with the truth: they were my baby shoes my parents had bronzed many years ago. My friend didn't...

 

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Years ago, our van lost power as we were approaching the Snake River Bridge at Central Ferry. It didn't help that the temperature was over 100 degrees. In order to get to the shade and out of the...

 

Pastor's Corner

There was a time when certain vacuum cleaner salesmen were known for shocking their potential customers by pouring dirt on their carpets. They would quickly explain that they planned to immediately...

 

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In the l960s, a comedian became famous for the saying "The Devil made me do it!" His bit was about getting caught for doing wrong and passing the blame. The saying became extremely popular. Even...

 

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A wife was giving credit to how continually kind and gentle her husband was. The believer who was listening asked the husband, "Are you just that way or is it a result of something else?" After 50...

 

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Friends: We can depend on the seed of Jesus’ life within us. The Bible teaches we are “born again” by “imperishable seed” 1 Peter 1:23. Seeds are durable in their purpose to provide new life. We...

 

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We can’t really “see” the ocean. We can look on its surface, but we have no way of seeing its depths. We are unable to take in its full measure and vastness. Yet the ocean is such a marvel to us th...

 

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We sit up straight and listen intently as we are hearing the older generation talk of current world conditions when they say, “I’ve never seen anything like it.” Or, “I never thought I’d live to s...

 

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The garbage company had a particular slogan painted on the sides of their trucks that read: “Your garbage is our bread and butter.” It was their way of conveying the message that they made their liv...

 

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