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Thoughts from Peter

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. - Psalm 23 Put another way The Lord is our shepherd and that is enough.We are too often focused on something else, somewhere else, sometime else.The shepherding imagery of God that is cast in the 23rdPsalm asks us to consider the sufficiency of God right here and now.With our gaze shifted from elsewhere and back toward the prese...

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Thoughts from Peter

God of mercy, receive us in full surrender. We admit that it has been too long since we have fully embraced your power and goodness. It has been too long since we have eased our pursuit of control. Grant us faith to trust your nearness, God, and to rely on you alone for our strength, comfort and clarity. Under the Lordship of Jesus, you forgive sin and make us new. Thank ...

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Hiring: Nursery Attendant

First Christian Church of McKinney is looking for a Nursery Attendant to take care of infants and preschoolers on Sunday mornings....

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Apr 7 - Thoughts from Peter Mitchell

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Apr 4 - Lent Prayer

Easter Prayer by Sara Gullickson....

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Good Friday Meditation

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Mar 31 - Lent Prayer

Lent prayer for those who grieve by Laurie Wilson....

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Feb 10th - Thoughts from Peter

One week from today we begin the season of Lent, the journey of preparation for Holy Week. Over the course of several weeks, we will gather around a call to prayer twice a week. These prayers will be available in our Prayer Journal, on Facebook and will be emailed out to the congregation. Sunday prayers are coordinated with our scriptures used in worship. Wednesday prayers...

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Feb 3rd - Thoughts from Peter

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name. Psalm 103:1 Our list of "To-Do" items seems to quickly fill no matter what our stage in life.The items comprising that list have varying degrees of significance and intensity.Filing your taxes and filing your nails might be consecutive items on your list of "To-Do", but they are certainly not of th...

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Jan 27th - Thoughts from Peter

So what now?If you have ever posed this kind of a question following a whirlwind of events you aren't quite sure what to make of, you're in good company.This admission of the unknown is a critical piece of the birth story of the church.It is what gives way to the restoration we find in the gospel.We won't find answers if we don't ask questions."When, then, should we do?" i...

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