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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)

The Birth of Jesus

NRSV LUKE 1:26-38, THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE BIRTH OF JESUS

3rd Sunday of Advent

Please enjoy Jim's Blog for this week! Also, a reminder that we only have 2 services this week and we have our Annual Christmas Dinner Sunday evening - see below!

CHRISTMAS CANTATA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14
“Together for Christmas”

2nd Sunday of Advent

NRSV MARK 13:24-37, THE COMING OF THE SON OF MAN

24“But in those days, after that suffering, the sun will be darkened,

First Sunday of Advent 2014

NRSV MARK 1:1-8

1 The beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

Advent Happenings

Please see what's happening at Pine Ridge during Advent.  We hope you will join us.

Advent Button

The Son of Man

Please enjoy Jim's Blog for this week!

Praise be to God

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

Upcoming Presbytery Meeting - Please read.

“The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), in recent decisions on ordination and same-gender marriage, is attempting to map a challenging way forward. We have decided not to declare as a denomination whether same-gender sexual relationships are to be regarded as faithful and holy.

Let's plant trees!

Saturday is going to be a beautiful day and a great day to work outside.

I read the other day that this is the perfect time of year to plant trees.

So, Saturday will be the perfect opportunity to plant trees, and do I have a deal for you!

BELIEVE!

I have an old t-shirt I got over ten years ago from a give away at the Royals game.  The shirt simply says, “Believe!”

I must admit that it has been hard to believe through all of the ups and downs (and there have been a lot of downs) the team has experienced in the last decade.

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