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Charles Allard
September 17, 2019

God Made Man a Keeper of Earth

God Made Man a Keeper of Earth

An article in “The Atlantic Daily” caught my attention as anything Brazilian always does. You don’t live in a country 14 years without having an interest in what goes on there. I was attracted to the article because of the raging fires that are destroying the life-giving Amazon Forest. The article said, “The Amazon Rainforest […]

September 10, 2019

Where Was God In All of This?”

Where Was God In All of This?”

Once again a catastrophic hurricane with almost unbelievable, devastating force has left billions of dollars of damage, thousands homeless, untold numbers dead, inconsolable survivors overwhelmed with grief, many injured without immediate medical attention, others trapped without water, food or shelter and a vast population left in shock from the hardest hit Bahamas all the way […]

September 3, 2019

Good Things are Happening

Good Things are Happening

Excitement has been building as we anticipate Greg Buchanan’s concert this coming Sunday, September 8, at 3pm in our church sanctuary.  Greg is a world class harpist who has inspired audiences across the nation with his marvelous gift of music.  He is a dedicated servant of God whose life testimony is inspiring and challenging.  We […]

August 27, 2019

Tell Others and Give God the Glory!

Tell Others and Give God the Glory!

The first lines of the three stanzas of Clara H. Scott’s hymn “Open My Eyes, That I May See” go like this: Open my eyes, that I may see glimpses of truth Thou hast for me. Open my ears, that I may hear voices of truth Thou sendest clear. Open my mouth, and let me […]

August 20, 2019

Without Jesus, We Will Never Be Content

Without Jesus, We Will Never Be Content

You may not have all that you want but do you have all that you need? The insatiable desire to have more and more things is a sure indication that at the core of your being there is an emptiness that things can never provide. The late multimillionaire, John D. Rockefeller was once asked, “How […]

August 13, 2019

Connecting with Crabtree Valley Baptist

Connecting with Crabtree Valley Baptist

If for some reason you miss a worship service, just remember, you really don’t have to miss it at all.  Thanks to the work of Yilong & Elizabeth our services are recorded each Sunday and by midweek are available to you at the time of your choosing. If you have a computer, smartphone or iPad […]

August 6, 2019

Mormon Temple Tour

Mormon Temple Tour

Every now and then a rare, unique or extraordinary experience opens up to us.  We take advantage of it or miss it altogether. When such an opportunity comes along, we are usually glad we took advantage of it. If we miss it, we live with regrets. A rare opportunity awaits us on Monday, September 23, […]

July 30, 2019

Sailing Through Life

Sailing Through Life

In my journal last Thursday while vacationing in the sparsely populated area east of Brooksville, Maine, on the beautiful Penobscot Bay, I wrote: “The early morning and late evening silence of Ocean Garden is simply amazing. No sound of crickets, frogs, no cars or trucks on the road. No airplanes flying overhead. No motor boats […]

July 24, 2019

Life’s Detours

Life's Detours

I have learned from Gordon MacDonald’s writings that in India life is seen in four phases: “The first is the phase of the student where one sets out to learn all he can from the wise men. Second, is the phase of the householder where one marries, establishes a home and family and provides what […]

July 16, 2019

Updates for the Upcoming Week

Updates for the Upcoming Week

Cheryl Walker and Andy Garcia will leave for Guatemala on Thursday, July 18, as part of a mission team with First Baptist Church, Wilmington, NC. This will be Cheryl’s 6th trip and Andy’s 2nd.  Their mission will be to share the love of Jesus Christ by helping to build houses for people who desperately need […]

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