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  1. Nazarene Re: Have you had any experience with Freemasonry or any other oath-bound secret orders?

    We had to apply this paragraph at our church once. I member became involved in a new ministry and he was proclaimed "pastor" of that group. He has a hangup about titles. I think the principle...
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    Apple Re: Back to Snow Leopard

    Kevin,

    Have you considered Maverick yet? It is apparently free, and works on many older macs. I'm thinking of upgrading our family's multiple macs but I'd like to see what I might be getting...
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    Feb. 16, 2014

    I'm filling in this next Sunday.

    The scriptures are Deuteronomy 30:15-20 Psalm 119:1-8 1 Corinthians 3:1-9 Matthew 5:21-37

    My early thoughts: there is an interesting pairing of Deut...
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    Nazarene Re: Church accounting software

    we have used NTS for probably > 7 years. Our recording secretary is retiring this year so we finally switched to NTS to track contributions. He had been keeping excel spreadsheets. Our counters...
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    Trivia Re: So what did you do on Thanksgiving?

    Spent the day with our extended family including my brother in law, john Reilly. We had a naznet meeting, got the picture with the sign but I didn't get in it even though I used an iPhone .

    We...
  6. Re: What music do you listen to when you are not at church?

    Erie canal song by Springsteen is great. Tomorrow I'll be driving along the canal at 65mph but I won't get all the way to buffalo.
    My current playlist includes a local guitarist, Scott Adams. Steve...
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    Autumn pictures from Upstate NY

    Lori and I hiked yesterday at a short trail around the Bozenkill Falls. This time of year there is not a lot of water running over the falls but the foliage was about peak.

    the ending "kill" is...
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    Re: Baptism - What is your take on it?

    Last Sunday we were studying Acts 1 in sunday school. In particular, v4 reminded me of this thread:

    Jesus seems to decrease the significance of the water. Hmmm. Yet the rest of the book of Acts...
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    Re: Lobster Fest after church

    And one of them is about to become a kitchen - I'm not sure how he really feels about that.

    Those prices sound pretty low. in most restaurants I have been in, decorating a dish with a bit of...
  10. Nazarene Re: Dr Fletcher Tink was at our church today !

    I think I have known Fletcher since I was about 4 yrs old. He came over from ENC to play trombone at our church (that's what I remember, anyway) and I'm pretty sure we had him over for dinner.
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    Re: Lobster Fest after church

    Our four students had a great time. We are considering making North Street a satellite campus of the Schenectady, NY CotN. We'll take our lobstah on dry ice, thank you!

    Doug
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    Replacing pews with chairs

    Our church has had pews in the sanctuary for more than 50 yrs. No padding!

    We can see several advantages to replacing them with good chairs: flexibility, a better fit in the sanctuary (our...
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    Re: Thank you Dr. King!

    I heard this this morning:

    http://www.npr.org/2013/08/28/216141088/for-kings-adviser-fulfilling-the-dream-cannot-wait

    Every pastor should be able to call someone like her for a song.
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    Re: Are there any arborists here???

    just reread this post. I think this was my first post from a kindle fire. I think that word "antitrust" should be arborist. At least the word completion didn't turn it into "antichrist"

    Doug
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    Re: Are there any arborists here???

    I think it might be lichen. A fungus and algae living in a symbiotic relationship.
    I'm not a botanist nor antitrust though.
  16. Re: A Different Perspective on "Plagiarism" in Preaching

    I fear my thoughts may not sound very gentle... but I've known preachers who have completely plagiarized for years

    A quotation that is read should be attributed to the author (if known). If it...
  17. Re: A Different Perspective on "Plagiarism" in Preaching

    Not to repeat myself, but I said "a little annoyed".

    Since I am an old folk too, I'll have to admit that if a speaker repeats something, I often don't remember the first occurrence or maybe I...
  18. Re: A Different Perspective on "Plagiarism" in Preaching

    no - you can't plagiarize yourself since you are not misrepresenting whose work you are using.

    You can violate copyright permissions that may be owned by your publisher(s). In written works,...
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    Information Re: Pray for Seattle

    I think Craig's assessment may be quite accurate - the northeast is post-christian.

    According to Barna, the northeast is far and away the least biblical area:...
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    Re: Communion and the Young

    If I had been in your shoes, I would have allowed her to eat it. She wasn't accepting candy from a stranger. I think we have brought our children up front (or where ever) when they were very young...
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