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Christmas Offering & Elder Rotation

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CHRISTMAS OFFERING Local: Care Net Pregnancy Center of Cochise County When people are faced with an unwanted pregnancy, there is such fear (and sometimes shame) that they are vulnerable to decisions that will be greatly regretted later. As I stated in our gatherings a few weekend, the Pro-Life...

Elder Selection Process

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In October, you were asked to recommend men whom you thought would serve well as elders of TMCC.  Specifically, men who understand the uniquenesses of this church and would lead us to fulfill the purposes God created us for. The men you recommended (who were not already on staff), were...

Engage 101 & Christmas Eve!

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Ready for Engage 101?! Why did engage! go away? Bottom line: it stopped being effective.  There was too much information being presented at one time, and new Ministry Partners weren’t being assimilated into the life and ministry of TMCC as well as we had desired. What’s...

Just Be Yourself

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Do you ever think about what people see when they look at you?   What was it about me, while visiting New York City, that caused salesmen for competing bus lines to offer JUST ME a brochure - on nearly every street corner!  In Germany several years ago, WHY did people approach me...

What Happened in Vegas

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What Happened in Vegas . . .   Even though I’ve been on vacation, I’ve been watching the news like many of you have, seeking clues as to  . . . WHO? WHY? WHEN? WHAT?   This must be why we call it “senseless violence”.  There are no reasons that makes...

Hugh Hefner

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Freedom of Speech! When I taught math at Buena, I’d half-joke, “Every time a math teacher writes an equation on the board, he/she has to immediately prove whether or not it is true BUT teachers in other disciplines can say whatever they want; things that can’t be proven until...