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About Church/Ministry
Coburn United Methodist
3642 Kay Drive
Zanesville, Ohio 43701
Phone: 740 452-8030
http://www.sermoncentral.com/contributor_profile.asp?ContributorID=9554
Age
4 + years
Service Type
Mixed (same service)
Weekly Attendance
500 - 999

Marilyn Murphree

Coburn United Methodist

Methodist, Pastor/Minister

About me:
High School Guidance Counselor for 30 years Served as pastor of two United Methodist Churches for 7 1/2 years in Ohio

I have an A. B. degree in English from Ohio University M. Ed. in Guidance and Co... read more
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Gillian Reid
February 24, 2015
,A really helpful sermon. I was struggling to get a full understanding of this text and now have a much better view of it.
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Mark Barrett
October 9, 2014
Shalom, i would like to find out more about the official beggars garment, as a point of interest, was this garment a proper licence to beg? please help
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Keith B
August 27, 2013
wow......talk about missing the mark.
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Theodore Payne
August 24, 2013
Great words of encouragement. It is so good to know that what we say will make a difference!
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James Robinson
August 23, 2013
The author of the Conrad the Cobbler story is Edwin Markham, later adapted in a poem by Helen Steiner Rice
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Jim Ressegieu
June 7, 2012
Another one of Rev. Murphree''s wonderful sermons. You have a wonderful way of bringing out the message of a text in words that speak TO the people, not over or under them! Thank you!
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Jim Ressegieu
February 24, 2012
Wonderful thoughts contained in this sermon--a great beginning for the season of Lent Pastor Murphree.
Thank you for a wonderful sermon - and inspiration as I prepare for our Valentine''s service