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  • Title: Baker Memorial Church Main Page
    Descriptive info: .. WHAT'S NEW.. NEWS.. CALENDAR.. FACEBOOK.. ABOUT US.. OUR BELIEFS.. STAFF.. MEMBERSHIP.. HISTORY.. METHODISM.. BAKER HISTORY.. WEDDINGS.. WORSHIP.. NURSERY.. SERMONS.. MUSIC.. PARKING.. LIFE + MINISTRY.. ADULT EDUCATION.. COMPANIONS IN CHRIST.. BAPTISM CLASS.. WEEKDAY STUDIES.. SUNDAY SCHOOL.. GROUPS.. UNITED METHODIST MEN.. U.. METHODIST WOMEN.. SPIRITUAL RETREAT.. SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES.. FARMERS MARKET.. CHILDREN/YOUTH.. THE NURSERY.. CONFIRMATION.. YOUTH PROGRAM.. VACATION BIBLE SCH.. TIMES + DIRECTIONS..

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  • Title: The Carillon Newsletter
    Descriptive info: UMC LINKS.. Full P.. DF of May Ca.. rillon i.. s.. here.. Our Vision: To be a hub of Christ-directed activity radiating out to the world from the heart of St.. Charles.. Our Mission.. Loving God - Serving Others - Growing Together.. We do this mission to reach our vision.. Baker Memorial Church Announcements.. Week of May 26, 2013.. Week of May 19, 2013.. Week of May 12, 2013.. Week of May 5, 2013.. Week of April 28, 2013.. Week of April 21, 2013.. *Full*.. May Carillon.. April 2013.. Carillon.. March 2013.. Calendar.. For Request for the Usage of the Church.. Form and Policy.. Office hours are:.. Monday-Friday,.. 9:00 am  ...   other time, contact a staff person to make arrangements.. You can hear.. the Sunday Scripture and Sermon on our website.. Check it out by going to our.. sermons page.. COMMUNION TO BE SERVED EVERY SUNDAY AT 10:30 am.. Besides being served on the first Sunday of the month, communion will also be served at the 10:30 am worship services every Sunday starting Sunday, September 13.. Communion at the 9:00 am worship service will continue to be served on the first Sunday of the month only.. Last Edited:.. 05/28/2013 09:24 AM.. 307 CEDAR AVE | ST CHARLES IL 60174 | 630-584-6680 |.. FACEBOOK.. | WORSHIP SUNDAY 9:00AM 10:30AM | INFO@BAKERMEMORIALCHURCH.. ORG..

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  • Title: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church
    Descriptive info: United Methodists are committed to the basic beliefs of Christianity.. :.. We believe God created all that exists and loves all creation and all people.. We believe God came to us in the flesh: in Jesus of Nazareth.. We believe that Jesus, through his life, his death and his resurrection has opened a door to a new way of life: abundant life here, and eternal life beyond this world.. We believe that God, made known in Jesus Christ, is with us now and always, through the Holy  ...   the transformation of the world.. United Methodists use four sources to guide us in our beliefs and lives:.. Scripture.. - the writings of the Bible.. Tradition.. - writings and practices of Christians throughout centuries.. Experience.. - our own lives, what we have felt and known.. Reason -.. rational thought, ways we make sense of things.. These four are interdependent, and allow for variety in beliefs.. United Methodists do not all think alike! United Methodists do know we are called to LOVE ALIKE: to love God and all people..

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  • Title: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church
    Descriptive info: Rev.. Ronni Verboom.. , was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, the daughter of a chemistry professor and talented homemaker.. She and her husband, Gilles, met at the University of Minnesota, where she majored in French and he was a graduate student in Physical Chemistry.. They have shared the adventure of life and faith, living in various states and three countries.. They have four adult children and three grandson.. s.. Ronni was called into ministry in her mid-thirties.. With the support of her husband and family she graduated from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary in 1987, and was ordained deacon that same year.. She was ordained elder in 1989, and Baker Memorial is her fifth church.. She loves the local church and is honored to be serving as Senior Pastor at Baker Memorial UMC.. Jim Best.. ,.. Director of Youth Ministries has over thirteen years of youth ministry experience, and has served at Baker Memorial for more than five years.. Jim has grown up in the United Methodist church and served on conference planning for youth ministry.. Jim has planned retreats for multiple churches and is active in discussions and planning with other youth leaders in the area.. Jim earned his Masters in Divinity from Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary in May 2006.. He is currently commissioned as a Deacon in the United Methodist Church.. Jeffrey Hunt.. directs the Chancel Choir, Chapel Choir and Baker Youth Choir in addition to overseeing the music program of the church.. He received music degrees from both Taylor University and Northwestern University.. Jeff also directs the St.. Charles Singers and teaches at Elgin Community College.. He also maintains an active voice studio.. Jeff has 4 children; Mary, Oliver, Ian and Gavin and 2 stepchildren Cloe and Avery.. His wife Cheri has been active in helping with vacation bible school and directs art programs at Living Well Cancer Resource Center.. Jeff's mother Doris, brothers Steve, Greg and David  ...   in Fox Point, Wisconsin (11 years); and First United Methodist Church in LaGrange, Illinois.. Mark plays the organ, piano and harpsichord.. Jan McPeak.. , Director of Administrative Ministry, was born in Michigan, but spent most of her life in Illinois She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Northern Illinois University in 1971 and earned an MBA at Aurora University in 1991.. She taught at Kaneland Middle School and then left education, working for Motorola, Pepsi and.. W.. Grainger.. She is the most important 'catch made by her fisherman husband, Val McPeak.. They have two sons, Scott and Andrew.. Scott is married to Chris.. Andrew is married to Anne They also have two granddaughters, Allison and Ella.. Jan and Val have been members of Baker Memorial Church for more than 35 years.. Jan has taught Sunday School for both children and adults.. She has served on various committees.. Jan is approaches the job as a challenge.. She strives to help recruit volunteers to be more engaged in the various aspects of congregational life.. Beth Bales.. is the newest member of the Baker staff, joining the church in August 2010 to fill the newly created spot of communications specialist.. She has been a professional writer for more than 30 years and has been a newspaper copy reporter, copy editor and columnist (including a more than decade-long stint as Geneva community columnist at the Daily Herald); public relations and marketing account executive; marketing coordinator; and freelance writer.. She is a Fox Valley native, having grown up in Aurora, and is a graduate of West Aurora High School and Northwestern University s Medill School of Journalism.. She s been an active volunteer for Geneva schools and also is involved in community theater (as a parent and volunteer, NOT a performer! she leaves that to her children).. Beth lives in Geneva with her husband, Steve Olson, and their three daughters: Emma, Torie, and Anne..

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  • Title: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church
    Descriptive info: Are you considering joining Baker Memorial United Methodist Church?.. Want to know more about our church or denomination? Come to the next.. new member orientation.. session.. Check the.. Newsletter.. for details or c.. all the church office (630/584-6680) to register.. Those who decide to join Baker Memorial Church will be received during a worship service of their choice..

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  • Title: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church
    Descriptive info: Methodism, like all Christian denominations, traces its roots back to the early Christian church and to the teachings of Jesus, St.. Paul, St.. Augustine, St.. Francis, and others.. John Wesley was an ordained Anglican priest.. At a prayer meeting in London on May 24, 1738, he received the new inspiration which led him to become the first teacher of Methodism.. I felt my heart strangely warmed.. I felt I did trust in Christ, Christ alone, for salvation; and an assurance was given me that He had taken away my sins, even mine, and saved me from the law of sin and death.. After his experience in 1738, Wesley set out with his brother Charles to form societies of Methodists, so called because the members followed a daily routine of religious observance and social work.. Wesley never intended to break from the Church of England and died an Anglican priest.. In America, preachers spread the gospel and Wesley's teachings to the settlers.. After the Revolution, a separate church was formed--the Methodist Episcopal Church.. Other Wesleyan denominations were also formed.. In 1968, the Evangelical United Brethren Church and  ...   world as God's handiwork and dedicate ourselves to its preservation, enhancement, and faithful use by humankind.. We joyfully receive, for ourselves and others, the blessings of community, marriage, sexuality, and the family.. We commit ourselves to the rights of men, women, children, youth, and the aging; to improvement of the quality of life; and to the rights and dignity of ethnic and religious minorities.. We believe in the right and duty of persons to work for the good of themselves and others, and in the protection of their welfare in so doing; in the rights to property as a trust from God, collective bargaining, and responsible consumption; and in the elimination of economic and social distress.. We dedicate ourselves to peace throughout the world and to the rule of justice and law among nations.. We believe in the present and final triumph of God's Word in human affairs and gladly accept his commission to manifest the life of the gospel in the world.. Amen.. The Social Creed.. From THE BOOK OF DISCIPLINE OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 1972.. Copyright 1980 By The United Methodist Publishing House..

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  • Title: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church
    Descriptive info: Our church building was a gift from Colonel Edward J.. Baker in memory of his parents, Martha and Edward Baker.. Designed by architects Gray, Laz and Mall of.. Geneva.. , Baker Memorial Church represented the completion of a long journey which began with the church s founding in 1837.. T.. hroughout the years the congregation debated whether to.. construct a new building or simply make do with their original structure.. In 1907 the decision was made to build a new  ...   Church.. is located today.. Forty three years later, as the need arose for a larger facility, Colonel Baker offered to construct and equip a new church building on the present site.. Preparation began in 1952, and the dedication ceremony was.. conducted on September 19, 1954.. According to accounts of the time, this structure was the largest single gift to a Methodist congregation by an individual.. Our present congregation is still thankful for the amazing architectural beauty of Colonel Baker s gift..

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  • Title: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church
    Descriptive info: Wedding Request Form.. You need to make your arrangements for a date and time for your wedding through the Church Office.. It will always be necessary for the office to refer your request to the ministerial staff to confirm dates and time.. Baker Memorial Church is a popular place to be married and chosen not only by members of the congregation but by many persons who have no relationship to the congregation.. Please note that weddings are not scheduled on holiday weekends, on days of major community events, or during the month of December.. It is sometimes necessary to juggle dates and times to provide maximum service to the maximum number of persons.. We schedule weddings no closer than three hours apart.. This provides the time needed for the necessary preparations for the wedding (1 hour), the wedding itself (½-1 hour), and post-wedding events (balance of the 3 hours).. This time frame needs to be strictly followed if there is a wedding before and/or after yours.. However, if there are no other weddings for that day, you may ask the ministerial staff about arriving a little earlier or staying a little later.. SANCTUARY OR CHAPEL: You may request either the Sanctuary or the Chapel.. The Sanctuary seats about 350 persons and the Chapel about 75 comfortably, 85 full capacity.. Your wedding invitations.. in the Sanctuary ought to read: BAKER MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, Main Street at Fourth Avenue, St.. Charles, Illinois; for the Chapel: BAKER MEMORIAL CHURCH, Main Street at Third Avenue, St.. Charles, Illinois.. Both the Sanctuary and the Chapel are handicapped accessible.. Sanctuary.. Chapel.. OPENING THE CHURCH: The church will be opened on the date of your wedding.. one hour.. before the time scheduled for your ceremony.. Please be aware of this and make necessary arrangements, such as with your florist, photographer/videographer, to honor this time frame.. WEDDING FEES: The fee for using the Sanctuary is.. $1200.. 00.. ; the fee for using the Chapel is.. $100.. A.. $300.. Reservation Fee is required for both the Sanctuary and the Chapel and is necessary before a date is entered on the Church calendar.. This deposit is due within.. two weeks.. of the time the church informs you of the confirmation of the time and date for your wedding.. This fee is.. non-refundable.. ; however, if there is a cancellation of your wedding and you reschedule with a year s time of notice of cancellation, you do not have to pay the fee again.. All remaining fees are due 2 weeks prior to your wedding day.. CUSTODIAL FEE: A fee is payable for the Custodial work in relation to your wedding.. $150.. for the Sanctuary or.. $90.. for the Chapel.. CONFERENCE WITH THE MINISTER: After the date and time for your wedding is set, the officiating Baker Memorial Church minister will want to hold.. one or more.. Pre-Marital Conference.. with you.. You must contact the assigned minister.. at least two months.. b.. efore the wedding date for an appointment.. The service for the wedding will be a traditional Christian service.. If you have other expectations, please be prepared to share them with the minister at this conference.. Your wedding plans are not complete until this conference.. The honorarium for the minister is.. $400.. These services include.. P.. re-Marital Conference.. , the Rehearsal, the Wedding, and any phone consultations needed.. MARRIAGE WORKSHOP: We require that you attend a 4-hour marriage workshop focusing on attitudes and skills needed for a fulfilling marriage.. The cost is.. $150.. per couple which includes.. $50.. for scoring the PREPARE/ENRICH Marriage Inventory.. The inventory will be interpreted by the pastor officiating your wedding as part of one of your counseling sessions.. Immediately following the workshop, you will be expected to stay for an afternoon finance workshop.. The cost of the afternoon is.. $25.. per couple and includes lunch.. Included in a letter confirming your marriage date will be a schedule of dates and times of workshops along with a registration form for the workshops.. GUEST MINISTERS: Under appropriate circumstances, we will permit a Guest Minister of your choice to officiate at your wedding.. Your request needs to be made known at the time you schedule the date and time for your wedding.. This privilege is, of course, always subject to approval.. One of our Wedding Liaisons will, in any  ...   program, we recommend that you include a note to this effect in the program.. If indicated, we will make an announcement at the beginning of the ceremony.. REHEARSAL: The Rehearsal is an important part of the preparation for your wedding.. We encourage you to have present at the rehearsal all the persons who will be participating in your wedding.. You should determine ahead of the rehearsal the order in which your attendants will enter and which woman will be paired with which man.. This can be a time consuming process and should be completed beforehand so you can inform the Minister or Coordinator of this information at the beginning of the rehearsal.. For a rehearsal in the Sanctuary, entry to the building is through the 307 Cedar Avenue entrance.. For a rehearsal and wedding in the Chapel, entrance is through the Third Avenue door.. We understand the vagaries of travel and other circumstances surrounding a wedding, but we encourage you to make certain the members of.. the wedding party know the exact time of the rehearsal and plan to be on time so that the rehearsal can begin as scheduled.. Your rehearsal is scheduled for one hour.. It is necessary, in order to accommodate others, to insist that your rehearsal be completed and the sanctuary or chapel be vacated in the one hour time period.. LICENSE: You will need a.. Kane County.. Marriage License.. This license must be issued at least one day before your wedding.. For information on the License, you may call the County Clerk s Office at 630/232-5950.. Please bring the License with you to the Rehearsal and give it to the Minister at that time.. FEES: The fees mentioned in this brochure should be prepared separately for each person, either check or cash.. The church and candles can be combined.. All fees must be paid in full two weeks before your wedding day.. FEE CHECKLIST.. Church____________ Minister/Coordinator_____________.. Organist___________ Candles______________.. Custodian: Paul Jensen___________________.. ADDITIONAL ROOMS: You will note that we have set aside the Sanctuary or Chapel, the Parlor, and Nursery for your wedding.. Request for the use of additional rooms will be honored if they are available and will require additional fees.. AISLE RUNNERS and FLOWER PETALS NOT PERMITTED: Due to the possibility of injury to the bridal party, runners and flower petals are not allowed on the marble floor of our sanctuary.. RICE AND OTHER SEEDS NOT PERMITTED: Due to the possibility of legal complications and the additional clean-up required, we are forced to not allow the throwing of rice, bird food, grass seed, flower petals or any other items, whether in the Church or anywhere on the Church grounds.. You may blow bubbles, ring small bells or release butterflies, only outside on the church grounds.. We hope you will cooperate with us in this matter by discouraging your wedding party and guests from throwing rice, etc.. If you plan a printed program for your wedding, we recommend a note to this effect.. BALLONS ARE NOT PERMITTED: Ecological stewardship concerns force us to not allow Balloon Launches as a commemorative activity.. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES FORBIDDEN:.. The customs and usages of the United Methodist Church.. absolutely.. forbid the possession and use of alcoholic beverages - beer, wine, champagne, spiritus liquors - on the property or in the building of the Baker Memorial Church.. Please advise your wedding party and guests of this prohibition.. PARKING: There is limited parking space around the Church.. There are two city parking lots on 3rd Avenue and a tri-level garage on the south side of Main Street.. Do not park in the Yurs Funeral Home parking lot.. TIME: Here is a special note about time.. As has been noted elsewhere in this brochure, Baker Memorial Church is a popular place for weddings as well as other religious ceremonies.. It is, therefore, of the utmost importance that your rehearsal and wedding start on time.. Further, we encourage you to insure that the members of your wedding party and your guests know the exact time of the wedding and they plan to be present in plenty of time to allow the service to proceed as scheduled.. Ordinarily, we expect the Sanctuary or Chapel will be vacated by the agreed upon time for your wedding.. This is simply to insure adequate clean-up and preparation for the next wedding..

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  • Title: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church
    Descriptive info: elcome to our church nursery! Our nursery has two rooms: the main room is for active play and the secondary room is for quiet infant care and diaper changing.. A child's bathroom is also located within our nursery.. In Proverbs 22:6, it is written Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.. In the spirit of this proverb, our nursery is staffed by loving, caring women and men who will help your child begin his or her Christian life.. Our Sunday Morning Schedule.. 9:00 a.. m.. Infant and Toddler Care, year round (Ages 0-3 years), with Sunday School from September through May.. 10:30 a.. Infant through Preschool during the school year.. Keeping In Touch.. Our Nursery is equipped with a 24-module paging system that permits us to discreetly contact you at a moment's notice during the worship service.. Each parent bringing a child to our nursery will receive a pager.. You will be paged for such reasons as:.. Your child cries continuously for ten minutes.. Your child becomes ill or hurt.. Your child needs to be nursed.. The nursery is in need of another adult.. For security purposes, no child will be released to anyone except the parent returning the pager.. Parent Responsibilities.. The first time you bring your child to our Nursery, the Nursery Supervisor will register your child and instruct you in our check in procedures.. It is your responsibility to fill out a name tag and place it on the back of your child.. Please be sure to also label all diaper bags, bottles, and sippy cups.. Please pick up your child promptly after the worship service.. No child will be released to anyone except the parent returning the pager.. Please do not bring any toys from home.. Please do not send your child with any  ...   contagious.. Did You Know?.. Our nursery is available for diaper changing, nursing, and other child/toddler care needs anytime the church is open.. We appreciate all gifts made to our nursery, but would ask that you contact.. Bromleigh McCleneghan.. prior to donating an item.. Questions?.. Please contact.. with any questions or special needs.. About the Stained Glass Windows.. The beautiful stained glass windows in our nursery, crafted by Henry J.. Willett of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, were installed when the church was built in 1954.. They are low to the floor so young children can see them, and they depict many Bible stories of interest to children.. In the quiet room, there is a depiction of Christ surrounded by children, inspired by Matthew 19:14: But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.. This image is surrounded by scenes of children at play and at worship.. Suffer the little children.. Click on image to enlarge.. The small windows that span both rooms depict several Biblical scenes.. Except for the first one, each window is inspired by a Bible story where a child has a prominent role:.. Left The ark of Noah, inspired by Genesis 6.. Center The young Joseph receiving his coat of many colors, inspired by Genesis 37.. Right The infant Moses in the bulrushes, inspired by Exodus 2.. Left The call of the Prophet Samuel, inspired by 1 Samuel 3.. Center The shepherd boy David playing the harp, inspired by 1 Samuel 16.. Right The Israelite servant girl, who suggested that Naaman the Syrian go to the Prophet Elisha to be cleansed of his leprosy, inspired by 2 Kings 5.. Left The Nativity of our Lord, inspired by Luke 2.. Center--The boy providing Jesus with the loaves and fishes to feed the five thousand, inspired by John 6.. Right Reference TBD..

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  • Title: Sermons
    Descriptive info: Subscribe to the Baker Memorial Church Podcast feed:.. Copy the feed link and paste it into your aggregator.. Subscribe to this podcast with iTunes.. This page contains three of the most recent sermons.. If you'd like to view print them separately, just click the link at the end of each sermon's text.. To listen to the sermon, clicking on the link should open it automatically and begin playing.. Otherwise, to save the file, right-click on the link and choose Save target as.. or Save file as.. You can then designate where on your hard disk you want the file to be stored.. For older sermons, please visit the.. Sermon Archives.. Coming Soon: May 26.. , 2013.. Preaching:.. Ronni S.. Verboom.. Psalm 8; John 16:12-15.. Spirit/Perfect for Dummies.. May 19.. Preaching: Rev.. Acts 2:1-21.. A Whole Lotta Shakin's Goin' On.. May 12.. Psalm 97; Revelation 3:14-16.. Everyday Glory.. May 5th, 2013.. Music Sunday.. (No Audio).. Archives.. April 21, 2013.. Carefully Taught.. R.. ev.. Diana Facemyer,.. Aurora District Superintendant.. Matthew 15:21-28.. No Audio.. The Importance of Being Earnest.. Psalm 23; Revelation 7:9-17.. April 14, 2013.. The Three 'R's of Christian Living.. John 21:1-19.. April 7, 2013.. Let's Make Some Noise.. Acts 5:2-32; Psalm 150:1-6.. March 31, 2013.. Easter:.. Some Rocks Need to Roll.. Philippians 3:10-14; John 20:1-8.. March 28, 2013.. Maundy Thursday: “.. Gethsemane”.. Matthew 26:17-19, 26-30, 36-46.. March 24, 2013.. Palm Sunday: “In Between”.. Isaiah 50:4-9a; Luke 23:44-46.. March 17, 2013.. Triumph!.. Philippians 2:5-11; John 19:29-30.. March 10, 2013.. Thirst.. Psalm 32; John 19:28-29.. March 3, 2013.. God Forsaking God.. I.. saiah 55:6-9; Ps.. 22 3rd; Mark 15:33-34.. February 24, 2013.. Do What it Says.. Jennifer Swenson.. James 1:22-27, John 19:25-27.. February 17, 2013.. What a Promise!.. Luke 23:39-43.. February 13, 2013.. God's Mercy Ash Wednesday.. Luke 23:33-34.. February 10, 2013.. Astound the World.. Romans 12:1-8;.. Luke 9:37-43a.. February 3, 2013.. Youth Lead Worship.. Jeremiah 1:4-10.. January 27, 2013.. Discovering and Sharing Your Gifts.. 1 Corinthians 12:4-28.. January 20, 2013.. What Does God Care About?.. John 2:1-11.. January 13, 2013.. The Spirit of the Lord is Upon You”.. Isaiah 61:1-3; Luke 3:15-17, 21-22.. January 6, 2013.. Who Do You Say That He Is?”.. Preaching: Mark Armstrong.. Matthew 2:1-12.. 2012 Archives.. December 30, 201.. 2.. All You Need is Love”.. Colossians 3:12-17;.. Luke 2:41-52.. December 24, 201.. Christmas Service.. Zephaniah 3:14-20;.. Luke 1:39-56.. December 23, 201.. Who is YOUR Elizabeth?”.. December 16, 201.. An Interesting Kind of Good News”.. Luke 21:25-28.. December 9, 201.. Music Sunday - No audio.. No audio.. December 2, 2012.. What's on Your Christmas List?”.. Jeremiah 33:14-16;.. November 25, 2012.. Hail to the King”.. Mark Armstrong.. 2 Samuel 23:3b-4;.. Revelation 1:4b-8;.. John 18:33-37.. November 18, 2012.. Learning Gods Ways”.. Psalms 25-4-5, 8-10.. November 11, 2012.. Keeping Watch.. Psalms 127:1-2;.. Hebrews 9:24-28.. November 4, 2012.. You shall LIVE!”.. Isaiah 25:6-9;.. Mark 10:46-52.. October 28, 2012.. Take Heart, Jesus is Calling You.. October 21, 2012.. The #1 Problem of the Church Today.. Mark 10:35-45.. October 14, 2012.. You Lack One Thing.. Mark 10:17-31.. October 7, 2012.. Changing the World.. Mark 10:13-16.. (REVISITED).. September 30, 2012.. He’s Blowing in the Wind.. Philip Dripps.. September 23, 2012.. The Shocking Truth!.. Mark 9:30-37.. September 16, 2012.. Satan's Song.. Mark 8:27-38.. September 9, 2012.. Ouch!.. Mark 7:24-37.. September 2, 2012.. Unstained by the World.. James 1:17-27.. August 26, 2012.. Reporting for Duty.. Ephesians 6:10-20.. August.. 19.. , 2012.. Wisdom and Success.. Kings 3:3-28.. 12.. Out of Context.. Samuel 18:5-9, 15, 31-33.. August 5, 2012.. Coca-cola, Elvis, and Jesus.. John 6:24-35.. July 29, 2012.. Who Do You Serve?.. Dr.. C.. Alfred Patton.. John 12:20-26.. July 22, 2012.. But Now in Christ.. Ephesians 2:11-22.. July 15, 2012.. Demand Euphoria.. Ephesians 1:3-14.. July 8, 2012.. God Confidence.. 2 Cor 12:2-10.. July 1, 2012.. “Your Heart Has Never Known Recoil”.. Mark 5:21-43.. June 24, 2012.. Why Are You Afraid?.. Mark 4:35-41.. June 17, 2012.. Trees.. Mark 4:26-34.. June.. 10, 2012.. And So I Spoke.. Psalm 130;.. 2 Cor 4:13-5:1.. June 3, 2012.. Life of the Flesh vs.. Life of the Spirit.. Romans 8:1-17.. May 27, 2012.. What Does It Mean?.. Romans 8:22-27; Acts 2:1-21.. May 20, 2012.. The Secret of a Vital Church.. Acts 1:1-14.. May 13, 2012.. May 6, 2012.. A Mistake In The Translation.. Psalm 23;.. John 10:11-18;.. April 29, 2012.. Feeling sheepish.. April 22, 2012.. To Good to be True.. Luke 24:36b-48.. April 15, 2012.. The Breath of Peace.. 1 John 1:5-2:2;.. John 20:19-31.. April 8, 2012.. Who Will Roll the Stone Away?.. Acts 10:34-43;.. Mark 16:1-8.. April 7, 2012.. Being Part of Baker Church.. Allison Fell Sarah Nawara.. Genesis 1:26-31; Genesis 12:1-4;.. Isaiah 55:1-2,7-11; Roman 6:3-4.. April 6, 2012.. The First Easter.. Matthew 27:27-31,.. Matthew 27:32-36.. April 1, 2012.. Palm Sunday.. Mark 11:1-11;.. Mark 15:1-15;.. Mark 15:20b-39.. March 25, 2012.. Skip Button.. Psalm 51:1-14.. March 18, 2012.. Fortunately,God loves a Fixer-Upper.. Ephesians 2:1-10.. March 11, 2012.. Idols.. Exodus 20:1-17.. John 2:13-22.. March 4, 2012.. A Strange and Foreign Logic.. Psalms 22:23-31; Mark 8:31-38.. February 26, 201.. Floods and Rainbows.. Genesis.. 9:8-17.. February 22, 201.. Ash Wednesday – Breath and Dust.. Genesis 3:8-19; Matthew 9:14-17.. February 19, 201.. Dream crazy Anna Lukens.. First impressions Kim Kessler.. Servants of God Lucas Werner.. Youth Led Worship.. 2 Cor 4:3-6.. February 12, 201.. Untouchable.. Mark 1:40-45.. February 5, 201.. Talking Mirrors.. Mark 1:29-39.. January 29, 201.. Huffing and Puffing.. 1 Cor 8:1-13.. January 22, 201.. What Time Is It?.. 1 Cor 7:29-31; Mark 1:14-20.. January 15, 201.. Touch Holiness.. 1 Cor 6:12-20.. January 8, 201.. Baptism by the Holy Spirit.. Acts 19 :1-7;.. Mark 1 :4-11.. January 1, 201.. “Fullness of Time”.. Gal 4:4-7;.. Luke 2:22-40.. December 25, 2011.. “Room in the Inn”.. John 1:1-5.. Luke 2:1-7.. December 24, 2011.. “Anything Can Happen”.. Matthew 1:18-25.. December 18, 2011.. “The Christmas Secret”.. Luke 1:26-38,.. 46b-55.. December 11, 2011.. December 4, 2011.. Hurting and Holidays.. Isaiah 10:1-11.. Revelation 3:20.. November.. 27, 2011.. Keep Awake.. Mark 13:24-37.. 20, 2011.. An Interesting Scripture for Thanksgiving.. Matthew 25:.. 31-46.. 13, 2011.. Those Who have Nothing.. Matthew 25:14-30.. November 6.. , 2011.. Me and My House.. Joshua 24:1-3a, 14-25;.. Revelation 7:9-17.. October 30.. Budging the Burden.. Matthew 23:1-12.. October 23.. Angels and Angel Food.. 1 Thes 2:1-8; Matthew 22:34-40.. October 16.. Where Do We See God's Image?.. Matthew 22:15-22.. October 9.. Remembering the Women.. Exodus 15:19-21;.. Phil 4:1-9;.. Luke 8:1-3.. October 2.. “Revelation: Commandments, Parables and Poetry”.. Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9,.. Exodus 20:12-20;.. Matt 21:33-46.. September 25, 2011.. “Either/Or”.. Matthew 21:23-32.. September 18, 2011.. “Change”.. Exodus 16:1-20; Isaiah 43:18-19.. Special Feature: 2011 Deborah By the Palm Study in the book of.. Luke.. Part 1 - Al Patton.. :.. Listen to.. Study.. Part 2 - Tom Walker:.. Part 3 - Kelli Rae:.. The Grand Sweep Series.. September 11, 2011.. “.. I am the Alpha and the Omega.. ”.. Revelation 1:4b-8, 21:1-6.. September 10, 2011.. “Neither things present nor things to come”.. Romans 8: 31-39.. John 1:1-15.. September 4, 2011.. “The Way Things Work”.. 1 John 3:11-17;.. John 11:28-36.. August 28, 2011.. “The Way of Wisdom”.. James 3:13-18.. August 21, 2011.. Youth Mission Trip Participant Led Worship.. Youth Mission.. August 14, 2011.. Unity, not Uniformity.. Psalm 133.. Ephesians 4:1-7, 11-16.. August 7, 2011.. So, Who Do YOU  ...   you hear what I hear?.. January 11.. A Secret Identity A Secret Weapon.. January 4.. A Tale of Two Kings.. , 2008.. to Living On A Promise.. December 21, 2008.. The First Disciple.. December 14, 2008.. December 7, 2008.. Through the Desert to Bethlehem.. November 30.. Coming Soon.. November 23.. God's Dwelling Place.. November 16.. The Sin of Sitting Still.. November 9.. Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve.. November 2.. Pomp, Prizes, and Special People.. October 26.. Love is the Law.. October 19.. to Outside the Lines.. October 12.. A Living Letter.. October 5.. Tenant Or Son.. September 28.. to Sassy Sons Daughters.. September 21.. God Isn't Fair.. September 14.. No Sermon.. September 7.. Love Stories.. August 31.. Angels and Demons.. August 24.. August 17.. August 10.. The Compassion of Christ.. August 3.. God IS; God is GOOD.. July 27, 2008.. God is on your Side.. July 20, 2008.. Seeds That Teach.. July 13, 2008.. Life-Giving Water.. July 6, 2008.. Finding Freedom.. June 2.. We Can't Hear God with our Fingers in our Ears.. June 22, 2008.. Where Did We Go Wrong?.. June 15,.. 2008.. to Your Mission, Should You Choose to Accept It.. June 8,.. Who Touched Me?.. June 1,.. to or.. Wise Foolish Builders.. May 25, 2008.. o.. r.. Mira, Look, Regarde.. May 18, 2008.. Music Sunday.. May 11, 2008.. Confirmation Messages.. May 4,.. Standing Around Looking at the Sky.. April 27.. Living the Easter Faith.. April 20.. I Am the Way.. April 13.. Whatever Life Brings.. April 6.. Nobody Here But Us Ghosts.. March 30, 2008.. Worms of Doubt.. A New Way of Seeing (.. E.. aster).. March 20, 2008.. “We would never have written the story this way”.. (.. Maundy Thursday).. print.. The Exalted humble One rides today.. Passion/Palm Sunday.. March 9, 2008.. I'm Sorry to.. listen.. or to.. March 2, 2008.. A Hullabaloo over Healing.. February.. I Know you to.. Nick at Night.. February 10, 2008.. But it seemed like such a good Idea to.. February 6, 2008.. Ash Wednesday Reflections to.. February 3, 2008.. to our Youth Led Worship.. January 20, 2008.. Gone Fishing with Jesus Lately? to.. I Am Not the Christ.. o.. Ja.. nuary 13, 2008.. Baptised with Fire.. January 6, 2008.. Strangers at the Manger.. (to print).. December 30, 2007.. Nightmares Dreams.. December.. , 2007.. Making Room for Jesus.. December 16, 2007.. Should We Expect Someone Else?.. December 9, 2007.. December 2, 2007.. You are an Adopted Child.. November 25, 2007.. The Invisible God to.. Weariness and Well-Doing to.. November 11, 2007.. Ending.. Beginnings to.. November 4, 2007.. A Coup.. l.. e More Things to.. e Things.. October 21, 2007.. Never Give Up.. October 14, 2007.. Where.. D.. id Everyone Go?.. October 7, 2007.. Need More, Got Something to.. isten.. or to or to.. ALSO: Listen to the.. Karen Church Hymn.. September 30, 2007.. Lines and a Circle to.. September 23, 2007.. Creative Bookkeeping.. - to.. September 16, 2007.. Our Reckless God.. September 9, 2007.. Do Unto Others.. September 2, 2007.. God's Recycling Center.. August 26, 2007.. Standing Up Straight.. August 19, 2007.. NOMAD.. August 12, 2007.. WE CAN'T SLEEP.. August 5, 2007.. Treasure Hunters.. July 2.. Knock, Knock.. 'Who's There?.. '.. July 22, 2007.. Who's Getting Supper on the Table?.. July 8, 2007.. Can you Listen?.. July 1, 2007.. Let's Celebrate Freedom.. June.. Jesus Never Says 'You First'.. June 17, 2007.. Hush, Don't Say a Word!.. June 10, 2007.. Watch Out, God Turns the Tables.. June 3, 2007.. Being Noticed.. May 27, 2007.. Birthday Parties Birth Givers.. May 20, 2007.. May 13, 2007.. Rebuilding Recovery.. May 6, 2007.. Planned for God's Pleasure.. April 22, 2007.. “Breakfast with Jesus!”.. April 8, 2007.. Don't Be Alarmed.. Holy Saturday.. April 1, 2007.. Grace on a Donkey.. March 25, 2007.. “Stop and smell the roses, and do it now!”.. March 18, 2007.. To Bring Us All Back Together.. March 11, 2007.. Who is Worse?.. March 4, 2007.. We, Who Won't Be Gathered.. February 25, 2007.. The Unmasked Man.. Ash Wednesday 2007.. Let's Begin Tonight.. February 18, 2007.. We Are All Being Changed.. February 11, 2007.. A Bad Case of the 'Onlys'.. February 4, 2007.. Don't Give Up.. January 21, 2007.. It's Alive.. January 14, 2007.. Can you Spot the Miracle?.. January 7, 2007.. Good News or Bad News.. December 31, 2006.. Beyond Christmas.. December 24, 2006.. Where is Your place in the Stable?.. December 17, 2006.. What's all the Singing About?.. December 10, 2006.. Magnificat.. December 3, 2006.. The Days Are Coming.. November 26, 2006.. Sun and Thorn.. November 19, 2006.. KISS: Keep it Simple, Sweetie.. November 12, 2006.. Leaping Forward.. November 5, 2006.. Making All Things New.. October 29, 2006.. Who Is Your Money For?.. October 22, 2006.. Greedy for Glory.. October 15, 2006.. Be Prepared.. October 8, 2006.. Laity Sunday.. October 1, 2006.. Is It 'Be Kind to Demons' Week.. ?.. September 24, 2006.. Finding Your Size.. September 17, 2006.. How Do You Feel About Barney?.. September 10, 2006.. Changed from the Inside Out.. September 3, 2006.. Arise Come Away.. August 21, 2006.. Exercises for the Body of Christ.. August 13, 2006.. These Boots Were Made for Walking.. August 6, 2006.. Celestial Vending Machine.. July 30, 2006.. Making Miracles Possible.. July 23, 2006.. Remember Who You Are.. July 16, 2006.. We Care About God's Children.. July 9, 2006.. Better than Duct Tape.. July 2, 2006.. Who can we trust? Jesus!.. June 25, 2006.. We Never Would Have Made Him Up.. June 18, 2006.. The Gospel of Dad.. June 11, 2006.. Woe is Me!.. May 28, 2006.. Homemade Christian.. May 14, 2006.. “I’d be glad to love God if only I could find Him”.. May 7, 2006.. “Wherever you go, there you are”.. April 30, 2006.. “Started in Jerusalem”.. April 23, 2006.. A Touchable Wounded God.. April 16, 2006.. Easter.. April 9, 2006.. “From Cheers to Jeers”.. Palm/Passion Sunday).. April 2, 2006.. Only Thunder.. March 26, 2006.. Into the Light.. March 19, 2006.. Back to the Cross.. March 12, 2006.. Facing Facts and Freaking Out.. March 5, 2006.. Water, wilderness, witness.. March 1, 2006.. It's Me, It's Me, O Lord.. (Ash Wednesday).. February 26, 2006.. Light for the Path.. February 19, 2006.. The 'Yes' of God.. February 12, 2006.. Why Do We Hafta.. February 5, 2006.. At Jesus' Table.. January 22, 2006.. Can You Follow Him?.. January 15, 2006.. Made Ya Look.. January 8, 2006.. Holy Water.. January 1, 2006.. No longer a secret.. December 25, 2005.. And the Angels Sang.. December 24, 2005.. Are You Longing for a Savior?.. December 18, 2005.. Fear and Joy.. December 4, 2005.. God Comes with Might.. November 27, 2005.. Waiting for Godot.. November 20, 2005.. Jesus the Judge.. November 6, 2005.. “In the Business of Raising the Dead”.. October 30,2005.. “More than you can ask or imagine!”.. October 23, 2005.. Imagine That!.. October 9, 2005.. Lord, can I ask a favor?.. October 2, 2005.. Words for the World.. September 25, 2005.. “Is there any encouragement in Christ?”.. September 18, 2005.. Life worthy of the gospel”.. September 11, 2005.. Forgive as God has forgiven you”.. September 4, 2005.. What should we do?”.. August 28, 2005.. ”But that’s not realistic!”.. August 14, 2005.. Feisty Families Feisty Faith..

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