Author: Don Rozier

He is Born!

I have some software that lets me scan a musical score into the computer. Then with a little fiddling, it lets me play the score. It isn’t perfect especially on the piano part. (I have a new appreciation of what a piano player has to do since trying to correct this score.) But it’s close.

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Wednesday – October 21, 2015

Wednesday – Read Luke 8: 5 Bishop Robert Schnase, author of the Extravagant Generosity series, shares about hiking with his sons one morning and seeing a number of large trees dispersing their seeds in a fascinating way.  The seeds were pea-sized with a single leaf-like extension about the size and shape of a large dragonfly

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Tuesday – October 20, 2015

Tuesday – Read Luke 12: 20 Have you ever seen a bird flying overhead carrying a stick or a piece of grass?  Birds of all kinds spend extraordinary effort, time and ingenuity on the construction of their nests.  These nests are used to protect the eggs and feed their vulnerable young ones.  After the eggs

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Monday – October 19, 2015

Monday – Read Luke 6: 38 What is the difference between “stewardship” and “generosity”?  What comes to mind when you hear those words?  For what distinctive purposes are they best suited? How do people respond to those terms?  We are stewards of the earth.  We are stewards of those things entrusted to us, inherited by

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Extravagant Generosity Worship Series

Sunday morning we will start a new worship series called Extravagant Generosity, that will help us consider our stewardship as disciples of Jesus.  To help us reflect on this topic during the week, there will be daily devotions posted on the church website (faithlexington.org.) beginning Monday, October 19.  This will be a special four week

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Extravagant Generosity Worship Series Daily Devotions

Week 1 Monday – Read Luke 6: 38 What is the difference between “stewardship” and “generosity”?  What comes to mind when you hear those words?  For what distinctive purposes are they best suited? How do people respond to those terms?  We are stewards of the earth.  We are stewards of those things entrusted to us,

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