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Matthew

Of God and Birds

by Bryant Evans on January 26, 2015

I’ve been thinking a lot about God’s care for his people. I get in a rush sometimes and forget just how important his care is to us. Nothing happens secretly. He knows our every care and struggle. That means volumes to me. As I write this morning I am sitting in our front room looking […]


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The Sermon of Sermons

by Bryant Evans on February 16, 2014

Jesus was beginning to preach and teach. He went to a nearby mountainside and his disciples began to flock after him. Rumors swirled around Jesus. Although he had not said so, many thought him to be the promised deliverer. At the very least, Jesus was a new and fresh Rabbi come to reach his followers. […]


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Judging Others

by Bryant Evans on June 10, 2013

A friend recently posted to Facebook that she was unhappy with some who suggest that gay church leaders are living right. Within about an hour someone rebuked her saying  “…you have no right to decide what he does and does not see as ‘living correct’. You are in no place to judge.”  As of this writing, […]


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Jesus and Legion

by Bryant Evans on October 21, 2012

The meeting between Jesus and Legion is fascinating. Jesus converses with the demon and then banishes him into a herd of pigs. The story is exciting and curious, and there are important lessons to be learned. The account is found in Matthew 8:28-34; Mark 5:1-20 and Luke 8:26-39. Jesus is preaching in Galilee and has […]


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Blurry Vision

by Bryant Evans on April 1, 2012

Many years ago a former boss was traveling to a football game in Mobile, Alabama. A decorated World War II veteran he  suffered serious vision troubles because of his time in a prisoner of war camp. He was driving and chatting with a notable football coach who rode along with him. Suddenly, and without slowing […]


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