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Pastor Ron Dazell

Learning from Noah – part 5.

  Genesis 6:14-16 – Make yourself an ark of gopher wood. Make rooms in the ark, and cover it inside and out with pitch.  This is how you are to make it: the length of the ark 300 cubits, its breadth 50 cubits, and its height 30 cubits.  Make a roof for the ark, and

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Pastor Ron Dazell

Learning from Noah – part 3

  Genesis 6:8 – But Noah found favor in the eyes of the LORD. A recent visit to the Ark Experience in Kentucky inspired me to reconsider the Biblical account of Noah and write this current series of articles.  Parts one and two were about the horror of our sin and the fairness of God’s

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Pastor Ron Dazell

Learning from Noah – part 2

  This is part two of a series of lessons from the life of Noah.  We learned last week that the global flood was not man’s greatest emergency.  The greatest crisis of man was sin, and sin continues to threaten us today.  Sin literally means to miss the mark, and every one of us is

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Pastor Ron Dazell

Learning from Noah

  I had the privilege of visiting Noah’s Ark with my family.  Not the original ark.  I am not THAT old!  We toured the full-scale replica of Noah’s Ark that was built in Kentucky.  It was truly a sight to behold.  Three stories of exhibits explained how Noah would have been able to house and

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Pastor Ron Dazell

The sanctuary of the great outdoors

  There is something uniquely special about the great outdoors where God’s creative handiwork is on display for all to see.  Rich Mullins captured it well in his song, The Color Green, in which he sings of creation crying out to the glory of God.  God’s eternal power and divine nature are clearly perceived in

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Pastor Ron Dazell

Oh deer! – part 2

  I love watching deer in the wild.  They are beautiful animals with sensitive natural defenses.  God placed big eyes on the sides of their heads to spot even the slightest movement from miles away.  Deer also have large ears to hear predators approaching and a sense of smell that can tell what you had

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