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Re-Fuel

Today as I drove my big "ole" yellow Sidney school bus into the bus barn, I realized the tank was getting close to empty. Knowing Rod our maintenance man was out on a driving assignment and I needed...

 
 By Jim Gerhold    Community    March 4, 2016

Who was Babe Ruth?

Who was Babe Ruth? George Herman Ruth Jr. was a troubled child who lacked parental supervision. George's problem became so rugged that his parents could not control him and he was in constant trouble....

 

Exit 180

It was spring and four young graduates decided that before they would settle down into life’s new adventure, they would tour the country. Their goal was to interview people as to their values on life itself. They discovered an RV that suited their...

 

Christmas Eve in No Man's Land

It was Christmas Eve in “No man’s land!” “No Man’s Land” is a phrase used for turf that hasn’t been taken over by an opposing army or troupe. It is usually deemed necessary to be occupied by those in authority in order to keep the...

 

Good, the friend of 'great'

“Greatness isn’t a decision. Greatness comes as a result of making good decisions or producing good results over time.” – Justin Lathrop You may or may not have heard the well-known quote from Jim Collins, “Good is the enemy of great.”...

 
 By Jim Gerhold    Community    May 22, 2015

Divine Design: Blueprints for Daily Living

Imagine this, if you will. Before the Grand Canyon was formed, before the sun rose in the East and set in the West, before the mountains were formed, before creation began … even before running water … we were on God’s mind. In fact, we were in...

 

Divine Design: Blueprints for Daily Living

Imagine this if you will! Before the Grand Canyon was formed. Before the sun rose in the East and sets in the West. Before the mountains were formed. Before creation began – even before running water – if you can even imagine. We were on God’s...

 

Our greatest gift ever

Greetings, I am Jim Gerhold, lead pastor at Christian Life Center. With Christmas just around the corner, let’s reflect on our greatest Christmas ever. Would it be a gift that was beyond our wildest dreams or a special visit from a relative or...

 

Divine Design - Blueprints for Daily Living

Imagine this if you will. Before the Grand Canyon was formed, before the sun rose in the East and set in the West, before mountains were formed and before creation began, we were on God’s mind. In fact, we were in his heart. The divine architect...

 
 By JIm Gerhold    Community    June 13, 2014

Divine Design - Blueprints for Daily Living

Divine Design is a theme I will be writing about all year in all my articles. God has a plan for our lives along with a blueprint for our success. As we follow God, He will direct our paths and our spiritual construction if you will to make us...

 

Divine Design - Blueprints for Daily Living: Intersection of Grace and Resurrection

According to a 1993 census bureau publication, the most common street name isn’t First Street, it’s Second. Wait there is more! Third is second place and First Street is third.  Had enough trivia for one day!  In Acts chapter 2, Peter told his...

 

Divine Design - Blueprints for Daily Living

Camping is never been my cup of tea. I prefer my own bed over a cot in a tent. No protection when storms are around. Indoor plumbing seems to be another great convenience along with the thermostat that I can control. All these things make me a lot ha...

 

Divine Design - Blueprints for Daily Living

Imagine this if you will! Before the Grand Canyon was formed. Before the sun rose in the East and sets in the West. Before the mountains were formed. Before creation began... Even before running water... If you can even imagine. We were on God’s...

 

A Spiritual Exam

I don’t look forward to getting my annual physical. They do a few tests, and they always check my blood pressure. The last time I went, they told me, “You know, your blood pressure is a little too high.” I shared with them it was high because m...

 

Three important ways to help your pastor in 2013

As a pastor, I appreciate words of encouragement, like, “your the best,” “your sermon was right on today,” or even “thanks for being there for me.” Hearing these great words of support, confidence, and fortification are priceless. Every...

 

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