Chuck Tilton, Sunday, December 21st, 2014

When I played ball in school, one of my teammates was a guy who kind of had a certain odor about him.  Good guy, good player, but, he stunk.  Not just a little either.  I mean near skunk like.  To make matters worse, he didn’t know it. It was hard to be anywhere close […]

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, December 14th, 2014

Before Nancy and I got married, I worked briefly for a construction company.  I was a helper, a gopher, and whatever else you might call an incompetent person without a clue.  Most every employee had his own tool chest with all kinds of assorted tools for most every occasion. I was required to have […]

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, December 7, 2014

It’s nice to be picked for a team, any team, at work, school or even on the playground. Even better, it’s nice when we are not the last one to be picked.  My son Max is a solid athlete, well able to play multiple sports at a high level.  As a 7th grader, he […]

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, November 2, 2014

 
In 2006, a New York City judge allowed José Luis Espinal to legally change his name to Jesus Christ. Following the decision, Espinal said he was “happy” and “grateful” that the judge approved the change. He also said that he was moved to seek the name change about a year prior to the decision, […]

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, October 26, 2014

I won’t ever forget my first day as a garbage man. It was long and tiring; Brutal actually. We thought we would be done in a few short hours, instead it took about twelve. After delivering my last load of trash to the dump, I headed for the fuel station. I knew enough to […]

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, October 19th, 2014

 
“Be strong and courageous.” Four times in the first chapter of Joshua this phrase is repeated. Joshua was about to do something he had never done before. He was about to cross a river that was overflowing, a mile wide at the time, and then to conquer the vast kingdoms inside the Promised Land. […]

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, October 12th, 2014

It all seemed so unfair. Men had been hired early in the morning to work in the fields all day in the hot sun were told they were to paid $150.00 at the end of the day. Other men were hired at noon and still others began working at 3:30, a few hours from […]

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, September 28, 2014

Blessed are the peacemakers? So, are you a peacemaker or a peacekeeper? Find out as we look at Matthew 5:- with Pastor Chuck Tilton.

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Chuck Tilton, Sunday, October 5, 2014

A few years back, I ministered in Bulgaria and then Hungary. While in Hungary, I met a young man who told me his father was a leader with Hamas.  Hamas is a known terrorist organization with a special hatred for Jews and Christians.  My young friend told me that when he became a Christian, […]

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Chuck Tilton,Sunday, August 31st, 2014

 
Mercy… at one time or another, we all need it.  The following is a true story.
In December 1943, German fighter pilot Franz Stigler was in pursuit of American bomber pilot Charlie Brown’s plane, looking to shoot it down. If he did, it would earn him the Knight’s Cross, the highest honor for a German […]

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