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Steve’s United | September ’21

By Rev. Steve

             I shared this past Sunday out at the Audubon center, Christianity is about digging it out of the dirt.              It’s a baseball analogy. When a grounder is hit to an infielder, the short stop “digs it out of the dirt” and makes a play to second or…

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Steve’s United | August ’21

By Rev. Steve

I’m so proud of my nephew, Blake. He just finished hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. The trail is 2,653 miles long and begins at the California-Mexican border and ends at the Washington-Canada border. Blake started in March and just finished last week. It was an amazing adventure. He dealt with…

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Steve’s United | July 2021

By News, Rev. Steve

Somewhere in the Gospels Jesus said, “Mellow out.” I’ve searched, I can’t find it, but I know the Apostle Paul said, “Be flexible.” It’s in the book of Revelation somewhere, I can’t find the chapter and verse, but I’m sure it says, “Jesus is coming, do some yoga.” If these…

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Steve’s United | May 2021

By News, Rev. Steve

“School’s out and surf’s up!” That’s what we would be shouting as a teenager in San Diego. Yes, we had our summer jobs mowing lawns and sweeping swimming pools, but every free day was spent at the beach. I remember longing to dive into the breakers and swim for hours…

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Steve’s United – November 2020

By Rev. Steve
In my family growing up Advent was a huge part of our Christmas preparation. It started with a “Hanging of the Greens” festival at church where there was a huge all church potluck, decorations and crafts for the kids. I remember one year we made a family advent wreath. It...
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Steve’s United – October 2020

By Rev. Steve
One time I had to save the lives of my wife and three small children. We were up on the boundary waters in northern Minnesota along the Canadian border. It was supposed to be a nice day. We had rented a boat with a Johnson fifty horsepower outboard motor. We...
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