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Jim Gordon Please enjoy our Pastor's Blog, "It's Not What you Think." The purpose of Jim's blog is to give a glimpse of what he'll be preaching about on the upcoming Sunday. Jim does a great job of bringing the gospel into issues that we deal with in today's society - hense, "It's not what you think!" Please feel free to log on to our Facebook page to comment on Jim's Blog! (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pine-Ridge-Presbyterian-Church/48828008151)

Generosity is good for your brain

It is official, generosity is good for your brain.

I read a really interesting article that reports that scientist have identified several measurable health benefits from generosity—lower blood pressure, lower risk of dementia, hearth health, and etc. 

Who doesn't like pancakes?

I thought Sunday August 16 was great.  That was the day we celebrated our ministry of education to all ages.

I am a heretic.

Please enjoy Jim's blog for this week. See you Sunday!

I am a heretic.

I have been a closet heretic for a long time, but since I am on vacation I feel safe saying it out loud and then leaving town!

A Child's Perspective

Last Friday morning I followed the news closely about the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same sex marriage in all 50 states.  I first thought I needed to rush to make some kind of statement, but instead I went to the Vacation Bible School closing program.

God is LOVE

The very first thing I say at weddings after the bride and groom are down the aisle is, “God is love, and those who abide in God, abide in love, you may be seated.”

"Never Again"

I heard on the radio this morning that 70 years ago today American GI’s liberated the concentration camp in Dachau, Germany, at the end of WWII. 

WELCOME BUZZY!

Welcome, Buzzy!

It is official, our new Associate Pastor for Discipleship is Eileen “Buzzy” LeCluyse!  She begins her ministry with us June 1 and will be ordained June 14 at Pine Ridge.

Abe Lincoln

In addition to being Tax Day, April 15, 2015, is the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s death. The Army of Northern Virginia under the command of Gen Robert E.

Listening

Hope to see you at Church on Sunday. Also - if you are interested in meeting with us Sunday evening to discuss the Marriage Amendment - we are meeting in Fellowship Hall at 7:00 p.m.

Please enjoy Jim's blog for this week:

Holy Week

This is Holy Week.  The week begins with a parade on Palm Sunday that all too quickly goes south and ends up in a funeral procession on Good Friday.  It ends with a handful of women going to the cemetery to grieve and pick up the pieces of their broken lives on what ends up, of

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