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"What Is the Most Important Commandment?"

October 18, 2020 | Rev. Wendy Lambert

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Daily Devotional

When We Listen To God

Millard and Linda Fuller were, by all accounts, a successful couple. By the age of 29, Millard was lawyer who was already worth over 1 million dollars.   Their hard work took a toll on their lives and their marriage. By age 30, the Fullers were spent. They were exhausted, and their marriage was on the rocks.

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St. Luke's Stories

Food Drive for Blizzard Bags

Help our homebound seniors and families in need this holiday season and throughout the winter. Beginning today and lasting through November 9, St. Luke’s is holding a Food Drive for Blizzard Bags for our Meals on Wheels Seniors and for holiday meal items for hungry families. You can help by

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Daily Devotional

Knowing Our Neighbors

Growing up in a rural community in western New York, I learned the importance of neighbors from my dad.  We lived at a Methodist campground which was surrounded by seasonal cottages and lakefront homes.  It was an idyllic setting in the finger lake region, with four complete seasons and many opportunities for outdoor recreation.

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Daily Devotional

Known By Your Fruit

I remember walking on our family farm in Missouri, with my little brother, when we were very young. There is an old abandoned road which runs down the east side of our property line. Our father would take us on walks and point out the interesting spots along “the old road.” He’d point out the wagon wheel ruts, show us left-behind horseshoes, and we’d walk by the old cemetery…

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