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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON I think love and hate are both contagious. I know that is not a popular word to use these days, but it's a necessary one. Both love and hate can take over a community, and both start somewhere with someone. For us, love starts with Christ, takes root in our heart, transforms us, and is meant to be spread through us. And in a world where hate seems...

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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON Would you join me in prayer this week as we begin our Neighborhood Initiative? I'm so hopeful that we will be able to bless families in our neighborhood with kindness. In reading the Gospels I'm struck by how Jesus went from village to village, neighborhood to neighborhood, ministering to people's needs all while encouraging them of the nearne...

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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON Proverbs 6:16-19 16 There are six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him: 17 haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,18 a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil,19 a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers. As I sit typing thi...

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WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON 28 "And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. 29 Yet I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these." This weekend is Labor Day weekend. It is a day meant to be put aside to rest from our hard labor, an extra day given to the worker each year to rela...

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WEEK OF AUGUST 30, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON We are regathering for worshipevery Sundayevening on the front lawn at6:00 p.m.! Here are the worship songsfor Sunday! (click) Last Sunday we began our new series on the Lord's Prayer calledThy Kingdom Come: Covid, Race, and King Jesus.We are taking a deep look at the theology Jesus teaches us in the Lord's prayer and how it applies to t...

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WEEK OF AUGUST 23, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON Well this is finally the week where we get to come back for regular, in-person worship and I cannot wait. Have you ever noticed that it often takes going without something for you to truly value what you had? For instance, every time I've done mission work in Haiti I've come away with a deeper appreciation for water pressure, reliable electricit...

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WEEK OF AUGUST 16, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON In this week's Online Worship Service we get to visit with the Baldridges who serve as medical missionaries in Guinea, Africa. Paseo is blessed to support missionaries all over the world who serve in a variety of capacities. I'd like to ask you to jump over to our Missionaries' page and pray for each missionary by name. Covid has added new chall...

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WEEK OF AUGUST 9, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON I want to give a big shout out to Ryan Newcomb, our Paseo Kids Director for the excellent job he did organizing and leading our VBS Family Camp over the past several weeks. What a fun time! I loved having conversations with my kids about our creator God. And what a meaningful lesson for them to grasp in this time. There is a God big enough to ...

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WEEK OF AUGUST 2, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON "14 For the whole law can be summed up in this one command: "Love your neighbor as yourself." 15 But if you are always biting and devouring one another, watch out! Beware of destroying one another.Galatians 5:14-15 I've been thinking about these verses a lot lately. It seems everywhere we turn on the news and social media people are "biting and...

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WEEK OF JULY 26, 2020

A NOTE FROM PASTOR SHELTON Hi friends. I hope your week is going well and that you have experienced the love and activity of Christ in your life in meaningful ways. I have some things I would like to share with you today. This Sunday's message is about confessing our sins to each other and praying for each other. Both are powerful elements of loving each other as Christ ...

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