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SUNDAY, JULY 21, 2013

If I’ve Told You Once, I've Told You a Million Times: "Have Sword Will Travel"

Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures Some passages of the Bible are shared so often that they become proverbial" short, pithy truisms that most everybody is somewhat familiar with. Add to these the verses of scripture that we in the church know by heart and recite in order to encourage and admonish one another. Now, what if weve been using some of these passages in the wrong way? What if they dont mean what we think they mean? Over the next several weeks, Pastors Pat and Tim will be preaching on The Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures. At St. Andrew, we understand that the God of Jesus Christ continues to speak to us today through the Bible. Thats why our pastors work so hard to interpret the scriptures faithfully, and why we work so hard to listen to those same scriptures as they are preached, and why we all make it our common goal to apply those truths in our daily lives. Misunderstanding a portion of Gods word then can lead to serious side effects for those of us committed to following Jesus. Join us this summer for a new perspective on some of the best known and misapplied passages from the Bible! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Luke 22:35-38, 47-51

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin




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SUNDAY, JULY 14, 2013

We’re Here, We're Poor, Get Used to It! Why It Pays to Own a Study Bible

Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures Some passages of the Bible are shared so often that they become proverbial" short, pithy truisms that most everybody is somewhat familiar with. Add to these the verses of scripture that we in the church know by heart and recite in order to encourage and admonish one another. Now, what if weve been using some of these passages in the wrong way? What if they dont mean what we think they mean? Over the next several weeks, Pastors Pat and Tim will be preaching on The Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures. At St. Andrew, we understand that the God of Jesus Christ continues to speak to us today through the Bible. Thats why our pastors work so hard to interpret the scriptures faithfully, and why we work so hard to listen to those same scriptures as they are preached, and why we all make it our common goal to apply those truths in our daily lives. Misunderstanding a portion of Gods word then can lead to serious side effects for those of us committed to following Jesus. Join us this summer for a new perspective on some of the best known and misapplied passages from the Bible! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scriptures: Deuteronomy 15:7-11, John 12:1-8

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, JULY 7, 2013

Salt, Light, Yeast, and Weeds

Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures Some passages of the Bible are shared so often that they become proverbial" short, pithy truisms that most everybody is somewhat familiar with. Add to these the verses of scripture that we in the church know by heart and recite in order to encourage and admonish one another. Now, what if weve been using some of these passages in the wrong way? What if they dont mean what we think they mean? Over the next several weeks, Pastors Pat and Tim will be preaching on The Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures. At St. Andrew, we understand that the God of Jesus Christ continues to speak to us today through the Bible. Thats why our pastors work so hard to interpret the scriptures faithfully, and why we work so hard to listen to those same scriptures as they are preached, and why we all make it our common goal to apply those truths in our daily lives. Misunderstanding a portion of Gods word then can lead to serious side effects for those of us committed to following Jesus. Join us this summer for a new perspective on some of the best known and misapplied passages from the Bible! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scriptures: 2 Chronicles 7:11-22, 1 Timothy 2:1-4

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 2013

Updating the Ol' Wish List

Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures Some passages of the Bible are shared so often that they become proverbial" short, pithy truisms that most everybody is somewhat familiar with. Add to these the verses of scripture that we in the church know by heart and recite in order to encourage and admonish one another. Now, what if weve been using some of these passages in the wrong way? What if they dont mean what we think they mean? Over the next several weeks, Pastors Pat and Tim will be preaching on The Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures. At St. Andrew, we understand that the God of Jesus Christ continues to speak to us today through the Bible. Thats why our pastors work so hard to interpret the scriptures faithfully, and why we work so hard to listen to those same scriptures as they are preached, and why we all make it our common goal to apply those truths in our daily lives. Misunderstanding a portion of Gods word then can lead to serious side effects for those of us committed to following Jesus. Join us this summer for a new perspective on some of the best known and misapplied passages from the Bible! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Pat Sleeth   Scripture: Philippians 4:10-19

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin vbs, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2013

Cars Are the Source of All Evil

Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures Some passages of the Bible are shared so often that they become proverbial" short, pithy truisms that most everybody is somewhat familiar with. Add to these the verses of scripture that we in the church know by heart and recite in order to encourage and admonish one another. Now, what if weve been using some of these passages in the wrong way? What if they dont mean what we think they mean? Over the next several weeks, Pastors Pat and Tim will be preaching on The Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures. At St. Andrew, we understand that the God of Jesus Christ continues to speak to us today through the Bible. Thats why our pastors work so hard to interpret the scriptures faithfully, and why we work so hard to listen to those same scriptures as they are preached, and why we all make it our common goal to apply those truths in our daily lives. Misunderstanding a portion of Gods word then can lead to serious side effects for those of us committed to following Jesus. Join us this summer for a new perspective on some of the best known and misapplied passages from the Bible! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-12

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin vbs, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2013

Only One Guarantee

Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures Some passages of the Bible are shared so often that they become proverbial" short, pithy truisms that most everybody is somewhat familiar with. Add to these the verses of scripture that we in the church know by heart and recite in order to encourage and admonish one another. Now, what if weve been using some of these passages in the wrong way? What if they dont mean what we think they mean? Over the next several weeks, Pastors Pat and Tim will be preaching on The Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures. At St. Andrew, we understand that the God of Jesus Christ continues to speak to us today through the Bible. Thats why our pastors work so hard to interpret the scriptures faithfully, and why we work so hard to listen to those same scriptures as they are preached, and why we all make it our common goal to apply those truths in our daily lives. Misunderstanding a portion of Gods word then can lead to serious side effects for those of us committed to following Jesus. Join us this summer for a new perspective on some of the best known and misapplied passages from the Bible! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Proverbs 22:1-7

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin vbs, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2013

God Won’t Give Me More Than I Can Handle! Or, Will He?

Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures Some passages of the Bible are shared so often that they become proverbial" short, pithy truisms that most everybody is somewhat familiar with. Add to these the verses of scripture that we in the church know by heart and recite in order to encourage and admonish one another. Now, what if weve been using some of these passages in the wrong way? What if they dont mean what we think they mean? Over the next several weeks, Pastors Pat and Tim will be preaching on The Top Ten Misunderstood Scriptures. At St. Andrew, we understand that the God of Jesus Christ continues to speak to us today through the Bible. Thats why our pastors work so hard to interpret the scriptures faithfully, and why we work so hard to listen to those same scriptures as they are preached, and why we all make it our common goal to apply those truths in our daily lives. Misunderstanding a portion of Gods word then can lead to serious side effects for those of us committed to following Jesus. Join us this summer for a new perspective on some of the best known and misapplied passages from the Bible! (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Pat Sleeth   Scripture: 2 Corinthians 6:1-10

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 2013

Refer, Refer, Refer

There are some odd stories in the Old Testament and the story of Naaman and Elisha is certainly one of them. A powerful foreign general wants healing and a curmudgeonly prophet from Israel prescribes an odd remedy. But one of the notable miracles of the Bible takes place only because someone behind the scenes was not shy about making a perfectly natural referral. How might we better learn to point people with problems to effective solutions? And how might a perfectly natural referral bring the people we know best closer to God? Thats what Pastor Tim will explore in this mornings message. (Permalink)

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-14

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2013

Remind Me Again What it is We Are Remembering

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Matthew 5:38-48

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, contemporary service bulletin, announcements insert




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SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2013

Following the Recipe

Speaker: Rev. Tim Burchill   Scripture: Acts 2:1-12, 42-47

Handouts: traditional service bulletin, announcements insert




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