Posts Tagged with "marriage"

Even With My Dark Side

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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It’s a question that comes up a lot. It’s a question that many people are asking. It’s a question that is very often a prayer. It’s a question that keeps people home from church on Sunday mornings. It’s a question that keeps people hiding from God and from others. It’s also a question that some […]

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The Best of Living Water 2011

Friday, December 30, 2011

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Hello: Here is the 2011 Best of Living Water! Thank you so much for your support and prayers! May God bless you in 2012. The full Living Waters from the below excerpts can be found at http://christopherbwolf.wordpress.com. Please take some time to write back/post about which ones were most meaningful to you and why. I […]

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Something Sacred

Sunday, September 18, 2011

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I think a lot about the purity of things…   Not to sound like an old fuddy-duddy, but I often think back to when I was 6 or 7 years old and when I be the first one awake in our home and I would turn on the television and there was only static. And […]

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In The Broken Places

Monday, August 15, 2011

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The headline last week read, “Lower Manhattan Thriving After 9/11, Study Says,” and the story talked about how it’s “back and better than ever” pointing to population, economic and other growth.   At first I thought, “That’s great!” And then I remembered a few things and it made even more sense…   One of the […]

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Where You Belong

Saturday, July 23, 2011

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Come with me for a few minutes…I want to take you on a brief tour…   It’s a tour of the inside of my church.   At the front of the church is a cross. You know, it’s only because of the Jesus’s work on the cross that we became reconciled or “back together” with […]

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About Bullying

Friday, May 6, 2011

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We attended my son Brian’s DARE Graduation last week and in addition to the anti-drug messaging, they now include raising awareness about bullying. There were several eloquent messages from police officers, the mayor, school officials and state legislators.   They shared some tragic stories about the effects of bullying in the area – including victims […]

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The End of Hiding

Friday, March 18, 2011

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Remember playing hide and seek when we were kids?   I used to get a lot of games in with my children Madelyn and Brian.  As I softly crept through the hallway, the tension mounted for both the seeker and the hidden.  The questions abound – “Where are they this time? (The same places they […]

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Within Reach (Remix of Sunday’s Message)

Thursday, March 3, 2011

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There was a woman who had suffered for years. But it wouldn’t go away. She had tried everything. She was alone. She was out of money and it wasn’t getting better. The doctors had no answers. She was at the end of her rope. And it’s not just her. Men and women, young and old […]

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One Bread, One Body

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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Remix of Sunday’s Sermon Sharing… Sharing Communion is one of the most powerful and meaningful experiences for Christians. The language, the theology, the unity, the presence of the Spirit, the tastes, the music – for a few moments, it often does feel transcendent and “heavenly” – as it should. But as you know sometimes we […]

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Communion

Monday, June 28, 2010

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So I was sitting in this village in Africa on a mission trip and I was looking around at the young and old gathered around and I thought, “I love these people.” And then I told them so through an interpreter. The thing is – I had just met them about ten minutes before. It […]

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