Project 119: Zechariah 14

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Zechariah 13

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Pastor's Blog: Learning To Love Leftovers

 |  Pastor's Blog  |  Dr. Doug Dortch

I have always loved leftovers. While many rue the seemingly endless servings of turkey and dressing that post-Thanksgiving meals inevitably bring, I actually look forward to them. Maybe it’s just me, but it seems as if the flavors seep into the turkey and dressing even more and their tastiness somehow is intensified.

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Project 119: Zechariah 12

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Zechariah 11

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Project 119: Zechariah 10

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Sermon Preview: Entering with Thankful Hearts

 |  Sermon Preview  |  Dr. Doug Dortch

My first years in school were in a private, Christian school. My mother thought I was big for my age and with my December birthday enrolled me in first grade at five years of age, which the public school would not allow. She obviously wasn’t factoring in athletics at the time, which fortunately didn’t turn out to be a big deal when the family moved to small town Alabama. But one of the benefits of the Christian school was their emphasis on Scripture memorization and how it gave me a love for learning signal Bible passages “by heart.”

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Project 119: Zechariah 9

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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Pastor's Blog: Come, Ye Thankful People, Come

 |  Pastor's Blog  |  Dr. Doug Dortch

One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving worship is the opportunity the season affords us to sing songs we don’t sing any other time of the year. Not that we shouldn’t give consideration to saying our thanks through song throughout the year, it’s just that certain hymns seem to sound better when we sing them closer to the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Project 119: Zechariah 8

 |  Project 119  |  Amy Hirsch

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