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Pastor John’s View

Pastor John’s View

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Pastor John’s View for April 2019

Pastor John’s View In February, we spent our Sundays together talking about prayer; why we pray, having a love for prayer, and having a burden to pray for others. For some, prayer comes  very  naturally,  easily flowing into a conversation with God, but for many prayer takes a bit of preparation, work, and planning. If you missed one or more of these messages, they are available in the Archives, along with a large library of other information, videos, and activities.…
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Tales from the Mountain ~ Snow

Finding myself staring at snowflakes falling and realizing I had the breath knocked out when my feet shot out from underneath my body in an effort to skate off at 50 miles an hour while my torso wanted to stroll.
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Pastor John’s View for February

Perhaps I would have learned about prayer from someone else, but June took the time to teach me; thank you June! We prayed about most everything from food to business, family and beyond.
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Pastor John’s View for January

Happy New Year! I hope your Christmas celebrations were filled with joy! I enjoyed the great concerts and music we were blessed with this year at LUMC and wasn’t the Choir Cantata wonderful! We are entering this New Year with anticipation for what God will do through all of us at Lakeview. I am excited that we have some new learning opportunities coming in this first quarter of the year. One of my mentor’s, Pastor Bill Denlinger, encouraged me to…
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Pastor John’s View

From the Peak Tales from the Mountain – Charlie 12,633 feet. That’s the tip of Humphrey’s peak, the highest point in Arizona. Six peaks make up the mountain; Humphreys, Agassiz, Freemont, Abineau, Rees, and Doyle at 11,460 – The San Francisco Peaks. Named in 1629 by Spanish Friars in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. They established a mission at the Hopi village of Oraibi. Jump ahead a few years after other people visited the mountain, and the so-called Second…
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Pastor John’s View for November 2018

Stewardship  – A Way of Life “He who is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward him for what he has done.” Proverbs 19:17 This is a season of preparation; Thanksgiving is just ahead of us, we’re nearing the end of the “Christian Year” when Advent begins, and then Christmas is upon us. It is also a season of planning for churches; a time when we ask you to consider your giving for the year…