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“Willing to Sacrifice”

Posted by on September 18, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Robert Coleman, in Written in Blood (Fleming H. Revell), tells of a boy whose sister needed blood transfusion. The boy was the ideal donor because the two children had the same rare blood type. When the doctor asked, “Would you give your blood to your sister?”, the boy hesitated. Finally, with a trembling lip, he said, “Sure, I’d do it for her.” Soon a nurse inserted a needle into the boy’s arm. As he watched his blood flow out, his voice shook. He asked, “Doctor, when do I die?” The doctor then...

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Reflection for this Week

Posted by on September 16, 2013 in Sermons | 0 comments

“God has given us two hands: One to receive with and the other to give with. We are not cisterns made for hoarding; We are channels made for sharing.” – Billy Graham

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Membership Class

Posted by on September 10, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Membership Class

Who may attend? Those who are coming and attending our church who has not been accepted as full members of FFAUMC. Those who would want to transfer their membership from another church. Please contact Pastor Jericho  

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The Candle of Hope

Posted by on December 2, 2012 in Sermons | 0 comments

Today is the first Sunday of Advent, the Sunday in which we recall the hope we have in Christ. The prophets of Israel all spoke of the coming of Christ, of how a savior would be born, a king in the line of David. They spoke of how he would rule the world wisely and bless all nations. Oh Christmas day, the Christ of our hope was born. On Good Friday, the Christ of our hope died. On Easter day, the Christ of our hope rose from the dead. He then ascended into Heaven. On the last day, the Christ of our hope will come again to establish his kingdom...

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Advent Anticipation

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In early church history, Advent began as a time of repentance. It served as preparation for Epiphany, which was the second most popular day for baptisms (after Pentecost). Common traditions during the Advent season, including wreaths and candles, add to the anticipation of Jesus’ birth. Another tradition is to leave the manger empty when you set up your nativity scene. Then, during Christmas morning celebrations, you can place the newborn baby Jesus in his “bed”.

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