Lenten Discussion: God’s Promise and the Meaning of the Cross

The Meaning of the Cross and the Help Which God Promises Us Lenten Discussion Led by Stan Culy RUMC Library 7-8:30 pm Monday             March 6             Inspiration Out of Disaster Monday             March 13           God Reconciles Us to Himself Monday             March 20           God Comes in the Nick of Time Monday             March 27           An Inner Peace […]

February 16, 2017 in Events, Stan'sCorner by

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Sermon: Who’s Right?

Who is Right? Luke 10:38-42 17 July 2016 Let me present to you this hypothetical situation. Let’s pretend that after this morning’s church service, you get into your car and go home.  For the sake of my illustration, let’s assume there are other family members who live with you.  When you get home, to your […]

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Sermon Luke 1:39-45 “Christmas Comes to a Back Fence” December 23, 2012

It seems so appropriate to place the story of Jesus Christ at a back fence, in the care of a maiden and a carpenter, and within the walls of a dilapidated stable with a stain-encrusted manager. Christ came into the world bridging the huge space between humanity and divinity, pulling the seams of heaven tighter […]

December 28, 2012 in Stan'sCorner by

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Sermon Mark 13:1-8 “When the Stones Come Tumbling Down” November 25, 2012 PentB

To say that this past week was an extraordinary one seems almost redundant given the many world changing events and after weather-breaking stories of courage and hope we’ve lived through in the last several years. This week is just another among many. Can this week top the many other event-laden weeks that have preceded it?   […]

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Sermon Matthew 6:25-34 “God’s Gracious Gifts” November 18, 2012

When I was growing up, Thanksgiving was always a family affair.  It was one of the few times during the year when all my family on my mother’s side would get together.  I didn’t see my two cousins very often even though we lived only a town apart from each other.  But, at Thanksgiving, we […]

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Sermon Mark 10:35-45 “Service with a Smile” October 21, 2012

This morning’s scripture from Mark is one that speaks to our age and to our circumstances certainly as much as it spoke to the age in which it was written. Two of the disciples, John and James, defined as the Sons of Zebedee vie for a prestigious position of respect and authority when Christ comes […]

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Stan’s Corner, Monday, April 9, 2012

I have just read a book about C.S. Lewis who wrote two famous children’s books—The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, and The Chronicles of Narnia.  But he was also a layperson who wrote religious books as well.  Here is a quote from one of them: “The more we obey our conscience, the more it […]

April 8, 2012 in Stan'sCorner by

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Stan’s Corner, Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Fifteen years ago, when I first did the Good Friday Walk with Judie, I read her this poem written by a friend: Lord Christ who rulest from undiscovered realms Yet walks the earth To make us wholly Thine Again. Re-claim our soul-gates, our homeward winding hearts Win-clasp our spirit with Thine own Gathering all our […]

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Stan’s Corner, Monday, April 2, 2012

O March 26, I served lunch at our local soup kitchen and sat down to talk with a man with long white hair and a beard whom I had seen on the street several times.  He was very thoughtful and interesting to talk with.  Eventually, he said that he had written a poem and put […]

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Stan’s Corner, March 30, 2012

A friend of my brother’s, in Arizona,  writes a daily blog and always includes something interesting.  Here is one of his latest: “THINK ABOUT IT . . . MINDS ARE LIKE PARACHUTES — NOT MUCH GOOD UNLESS THEY ARE OPEN!! . . .   FAILURE If you don’t learn from your mistakes, there’s no sense […]

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