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    Do I Believe This? Well, kind of.

    John 3: 16   “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” One person’s opinion, by Lori Sullivan Worthman. How can I love and yet dislike this passage so much?! I’m going to tell you! I’m troubled by the phrase, ” …his […]

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  • Our Resident Boy Scout Troop is Rockin’!

    This troop of Boy Scouts that has made CCC their place to gather on Tuesday evenings, and they are full of energy, ideas and plans. Since last spring, they built a little library, dedicated to the neighborhood, had a “Pinewood Derby” with vehicles they made by hand, made and played some ridiculously funny games to play at […]

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  • The Locust Plague

    Sacred Science | The Locust Plague

    In a recent Explorations class Brother John cited a plague in Egypt. This triggered my interest in a biological phenomenon of locust plagues. Locusts are a form of grasshopper. In previous articles for the Caller I wrote about personal experiences. My knowledge of locusts are limited to using grasshoppers as bait. But my sister, Linda, […]

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  • St Peter’s Tilapia

    Sacred Science | St Peter’s Tilapia

    In one of the Explorations classes in February Brother John mentioned the St. John fishing story. You probably know the account in the Bible about St. Peter and other future disciples fishing all night without catching anything? Jesus instructed them to cast the net on the other side of the boat. They caught so many […]

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