The preacher said, “There’s no such thing as a perfect man. Anybody present who has ever known a perfect man, stand up.” Nobody stood up. “Those who have ever known a perfect woman, stand up.” One elderly lady stood up.  “Are you honestly saying you knew an absolutely perfect...
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All ladies are invited to take home one of the lovely violet plants from the window sill. It’s our way of saying, “Happy Mother’s Day!”
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Years of smoking finally caught up to my friend Todd one morning when he keeled over at work, clutching his heart. He was rushed to the hospital peppered with questions. “Do you smoke?” asked the emergency room nurse. “No,” Todd whispered. “I quit.”“That’s good. When did you...
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During the wedding rehearsal, the groom approached the vicar with an unusual offer. “Look, I’ll give you $100 if you’ll change the wedding vows. When you get to me and the part where I’m to promise to ‘love, honor and obey’ and ‘forsaking...
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Habitat for Humanity Workday, Saturday April 29, 8:00 am-noon. Location to be announced. Boca Raton, Boynton or Delray Beach. 14 years old minimum age or any age at 10:00 am for “Snack Attack” helpers to serve snacks to workers. Jen Schmuhl for more information.
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What does it mean to be still and know? And how do we do that? On April 23rd Karen Newman will unpack God’s powerful, life changing invitation to be “still and know” and how embracing this call allows us to rest, receive and live victoriously. Karen Newman, daughter of Dr. Jack...
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Mrs. Smartt was fumbling in her purse for her offering Easter Sunday morning when a large television remote fell out and clattered into the aisle. The curious usher bent over to retrieve it for her and whispered, “Do you always carry your TV remote to church?”  “No,” she replied,...
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I was at the customer service desk returning a pair of pants that were too tight. The clerk asked, “Is there something wrong with them?” “Yes,” I said, “They hurt my feelings.” Sometimes we’re compassionate, but other times not so much.  We struggle with things in our lives. We...
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Morikami’s gardens, named Roji-en: Garden of the Drops of Dew, were designed to be a living exhibit complementing the museum. Here in Roji-en, designer Hoichi Kurisu sought to create a garden complex for the new millennium. Its six distinct gardens are inspired by, but are...
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On April 2 following worship, we will announce our offering total for OGHS (One Great Hour of Sharing) during our Compassion Celebration potluck luncheon. Mission/Outreach Team and Adult Fellowship ask that you sign up in the Rosser room to bring a dish to serve 8 AND choose a...
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