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Jim Moynihan
Yorktown, Virginia 23692

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  • "I Know My Sheep And They Know Me”

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2022

    All of us can and need to have and nurture a personal relationship with God through Jesus.

    Our focus today is that we all can and need to have and nurture a personal relationship with God through Jesus. This is more than just having a salvation experience with Jesus. We can actually know God personally. A. God DESIRES an Intimate Relationship with Us - Verses 1-11 In verses 1-5 more

  • Consecrate Yourselves

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2022

    Before God can do any great work through his people, he must do a great work in his people.

    Henry Blackaby tells the story of a missionary family assigned to a predominately Moslem urban center in 1985. After decades of work they had started only 5 small churches. Some friends asked them to consider going to a place where the people were more responsive to the gospel. But, they were more

  • Being A Super Servant

    Contributed on Feb 1, 2021

    A super servant is faithful, obedient and unwilling to give up on the mission God has called him or her to. As a result, a super servant will be richly rewarded by going deep with God throughout their lifetime of serving him.

    Dave Thomas, the founder of Wendy’s, once appeared on the cover of their annual report in a knee-length work apron holding a mop and a bucket. He said, “I got my M.B.A. long before my G.E.D. Here M.B.A. doesn’t mean Master of Business Administration. It means Mop Bucket Attitude.” Dave got his more

  • A Living Hope

    Contributed on Dec 7, 2020

    Biblical hope is a sure thing, not a maybe thing.

    In his book, "Come Thirsty (pages 47-48)," Max Lucado tells a story of a little Haitian Orphan by the name of Carinette. He says that she lived in a different world, a world called, “home-to-be.” "See the slender girl wearing the pink shirt? The girl with the long nose and bushy more

  • He Had To Be One Of Us!

    Contributed on Nov 26, 2020
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    We cannot save ourselves or meet our deepest spiritual and emotional needs. Jesus had to become one of us to save us, to represent us and, to help us.

    “Puppies for Sale,” the sign said, and a young boy came to inquire. “I’d like to buy one, if they don’t cost too much.” “Well, son, they’re $25.” The boy was crushed. “I’ve only got $2.05. Could I see them anyway?” “Sure,” said the kind gentleman. The boy’s eyes danced at the sight of 5 little fur more

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