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Pastor’s Epistle

Pastor’s Epistle These days my mind is focused on how God reaches out to us in times of need, longing, or when we are disheartened. In Numbers 11:23, God tells Moses that none of the hardships, longings, or complaints of His wilderness people had escaped His ears. If you read all of Numbers 11, you’ll […]

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Pastor’s Epistle

“The Trees of the Forest Will Sing” As I write this, I am moved to run to praise; running from all that clutters my mind and burdens my heart to press forward to praise. In the current events swirling around in national news, I long to run to the One who can center me, the […]

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What Do You See?

I love the image that I read in Zechariah 4. This Scripture shares God’s angel interacting with a man to bring the spiritual landscape into view alongside the earthly setting. The angel asked, “What do you see?” As I write this, there is struggle and destruction as one country has invaded and is overtaking another […]

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Interview with a Miracle – Part 2

This is the second in a two-part interview with Karen Wolfe about her long and difficult, yet miraculous, journey to a successful lung transplant and new life. If you haven’t read the first installment, please grab your September Greeter to catch up. Here then is the second installment which picks-up as Karen waits and waits […]

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Interview with a Miracle – Part 1

We’ve been having so many wonderful God moments at Green Tree, I thought it might be interesting to find out more from one of our sisters who experienced one. I sat down with Karen Wolfe recently to discuss her remarkable experience with her lung transplant. These are the results. The questions are mine, the responses […]

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How Can You Not Like Camp?

Being a little kid who got poison ivy so badly I had to go to the hospital for it once, I never gave Camp Swatara a chance. I mean, it wasn’t just the poison ivy, my little league baseball seemed more important and you can’t play your games in Spring City if you’re sitting in […]

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Doug & Gun Violence

I usually use these pastor’s epistles to write something folksy, possibly humorous, certainly positive about our faith walk together. Maybe not as humorous as our Sunday smile stories which my brother tells me are so bad, they’re actually good, but not so today. Today I would like to think with you about something that has […]

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Silas & Moses’ Staff

our visit with Jonathan, our son who lives in Alaska, he reported that his son Silas has been cast as Moses in their school play about the Old Testament patriarch. Silas is in third grade and the leading role of Moses requires him learning seventeen separate speaking parts, most of which are several lines each, […]

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