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Faces of Faith — What we are celebrating this week

A little boy was sick on Palm Sunday one year and stayed home from church with his mother. His father returned from church holding a palm branch. The little boy was curious and asked, “Why do you have that palm branch, dad?” “Well you see son, when Jesus came into town, everyone waved palm branches to honor him, so we got palm branches at church today.”

Creation speaker at Harbor Calvary Chapel

It is often claimed that living in an age of modern science makes it intellectually impossible to accept the straight forward account of creation in the book of Genesis. Is this true or is this just what we are “supposed to believe”? What does the evidence actually indicate? Attend a free seminar this Sunday and Monday at Harbor Calvary Chapel, 108 South K Street, Aberdeen and hear some incredibly fascinating evidence for the scientific accuracy of the Genesis creation account and the reliability of the Bible.

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Faces of Faith — Life after loss

Losing someone you care about is never easy. Loss may come because of a prolonged illness or an unexpected incident. Regardless of the cause, the loss is followed by a time of grief. We miss the one we lost.

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Faces of Faith — An open hand

In our reading, John 9:1-41, we have the story of Jesus healing a man born blind. The story reminds me of the convictions each of us holds dear. We can hold them tightly to assure we live by them or, we can hold them gently in our open hands so others can see them and discuss them with us and adapt them for themselves. If the convictions are true, they will always be there but if we are holding onto something that is false, we might be able to see that at some point.

Lenten dinners planned

The Willapa Harbor Ministerial Association is sponsoring five Wednesday night soup suppers and services during the church season of Lent, the time of preparation for Easter. A simple supper of soup and bread will be served at 6 p.m., followed by a time of prayer, song and a Bible-based drama at approximately 6:35. The evening is free and open to the public. A free-will offering will be received to support the association’s emergency assistance fund.

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Sarah Monroe — God with us

Remember that Christmas song we sometimes sing? “O come, O come Emmanuel”? The gospel of Matthew introduces Jesus in the very first chapter as “Emmanuel” and, in the Hebrew, it means “God with us.” So, according to Matthew, God comes to us in Jesus, in this wandering teacher from northern Palestine, from a place called Galilee.

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Faces of Faith — Why Say Grace?

One of the primary changes in the history of religions was the movement from blood sacrifice to more symbolic offerings. The stairs around the temple which Jesus famously disrupted ran with the blood of slaughtered lambs and chickens and goats. The air around the temple stunk of blood and innards.

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The Rev. Sarah Monroe — Waiting in the darkness

Churches all over the world are celebrating Advent, the four weeks leading up to Christmas. This is the time of year when the days are getting shorter and darker, when we see less and less of the sun (as if we ever see much of it here!), when hunting and harvest season are over, and winter is descending. In nearly every culture, this is a season in which we mark the darkness and anticipate the light to come. For the ancient Celts, this was the season of Yule, of midwinter, when people celebrated the rebirth of the sun after the long darkness.

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