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  • Mark Eberly

    Contributing sermons since Jul 30, 2007
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Kearsarge Church of God
Erie Pennsylvania , 16509
814-864-6385

About Mark
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: No credit necessary! Just use this stuff for the glory of God.
  • What I want on my tombstone: Man of God Full of Faith
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  • Whose Got Rhythm?

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
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    While there are basic competancies that promote an emotionally healthy spirituality, there are also competancies that help us move outside of ourselves. Without getting outside of ourselves we will stunt our growth emotionally and spiritually.

    Back to School Whose Got Rhythm? Psalm 119:161-168 November 22, 2009 Who has rhythm? Rhythm is a part of life. It is literally in our hearts. In our last sermon of this series, I want to leave you with the encouragement to intentionally develop a spiritual rhythm in your life. This is where ...read more

  • Being Juicy Fruit

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
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    While there are basic competancies that promote an emotionally healthy spirituality, there are also competancies that help us move outside of ourselves. Without getting outside of ourselves we will stunt our growth emotionally and spiritually.

    Back to School Being Juicy Fruit Galatians 5:22-25 November 15, 2009 We have spent a lot of time talking about and emphasizing a lot of personal competencies for emotional health. They provide the foundation for the rest of life. They provide the foundation for dealing with the next level of ...read more

  • Blessed Be The Walls

    Contributed on Nov 9, 2009
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    Walls are dry spots, dead zones, dark nights of the soul that we hit and get stuck at. Paul hit one as you ministered. We all hit walls but not everyone gets to the other. You can’t go over them, under them or around them. The only way to the healing and

    Back to School Blessed Be the Walls 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 November 8, 2009 This week we are going to address a critical time in our journey of becoming emotionally and spiritually healthy. This is when the competencies are proven to be integrated into our lives or not. It has been called the ...read more

  • Show Thyself

    Contributed on Nov 2, 2009
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    This week we are using Saul who became Paul as a model of several competancies to emotionally healthy spirituality. These are things that we need to develop to show our true colors of who we are in Christ.

    Back to School Show Thyself Acts 11:19-26 November 1, 2009 Last week we looked at issues of emotional awareness and the need to know ourselves. We need to know what we are feeling, why we are feeling these things, how we should deal with things, being reflective in order to accurately assess ...read more

  • Know Thyself

    Contributed on Oct 26, 2009
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    This week we turn the focus on understanding ourselves and gaining emotional awareness so that we may know God. Four competancies will be shared to help us become emotionally aware so that we might be emotionally healthy spiritually.

    Back to School Know Thyself Psalm 55:1-5, 16-17 October 25, 2009 This week and next week we are going to look at several emotional health competencies. These are qualities that emotionally healthy people cultivate and display. These give us plenty of things to work because none of us have all ...read more

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  • A Spiritual Rhythm

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
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    A SPIRITUAL RHYTHM Developing a rhythm in your spiritual life means organizing your life around times of stopping to remember God. What is important is not the length of time but that you regularly stop to refocus on God. It could be five minutes or forty minutes. It could be your break time. ...read more

  • 60 For 60

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
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    60 FOR 60 I have a suggestion: Try 60 for 60. Say that with me, "60 for 60." For sixty days, set your watch or whatever device to softly chime at the top of the hour, and let that be a reminder to say a quick prayer. It might even give you the chance to tell others what you are doing. Every ...read more

  • When The Kimberly-Clark Corporations Sent ...

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
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    When the Kimberly-Clark corporations sent observers to watch parents and toddlers use their diapers, they asked questions, listened to the parents, and noted the struggles that many toddlers and parents were having. They sent the info back to the research and development department and they came up ...read more

  • How About The Surgeon Who Described How The ...

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
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    How about the surgeon who described how the surgery to remove a blood clot in the women’s leg could result in the possibility that she might lose her leg? He was obligated to inform her of this possibility but offered no reassurance or tell her that this happened in only a small percentage of ...read more

  • Sam Wasn't Emotionally Mature And Was Considered ...

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2009
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    Sam wasn’t emotionally mature and was considered pretty insensitive. He just did not want to or could not pick up on what people were expressing. Sure he went to church every Sunday morning and evening. He was an usher every week. But he was stunted spiritually. He often understood what the ...read more