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Mary Magdalene: Liberated Woman -- Luke 8:1-3 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
Medieval legends confused three women: the sinful "woman of the city" in Luke 7, Mary of Bethany, an
The Other Shepherd Speaks -- Luke 2:8-20 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
The shepherds came to the manger, actors who play one brief scene and then vanish.
Silent Silas -- Acts 15:22, 30-41 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
There was a man named Silas. We read of him in Acts and in several of the Epistles.
A Slave, A Jailer, A Child Of God -- Acts 16:11-40 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
We have only a bare-bones mention of the Philippian jailer.
Unlimited God, Unlimited Love -- Luke 7:1-10 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
The small house in Jerusalem was overcrowded with guests, for this was the house where Paul and his
Philip: The Non-Organization Man -- Acts 6:1-6; 8:4-6, 26-40 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
Close your eyes for a moment. Let your mind take you back 1,940 years.
Why, Paul, Why? -- Acts 26:1-29 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
The place is a dungeon in Caesarea, a seacoast city, Roman administrative center for Palestine.
The Lot Fell On Matthias -- Acts 1:15-17, 21-26< -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
In the film, The Silence, a young Mennonite farmer is chosen by lot to be the minister in his congre
Which, Simon: A Boat Or A Life? -- Luke 5:1-11 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
Every child in church school knows of Jesus' call to Simon and Andrew, James and John to become "fis
Joseph Of Arimathea: Closet Christian -- John 19:38-42 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
In Glastonbury, England, some curious hawthorn bushes flower twice a year.
Mary of Bethany: My Radical Sister -- Luke 10:38-42 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
"Martha, your work must be punished and counted as naught ...
God's Great Trumpet Call -- Romans 1:1, 7, 15-16; 3:23; 5:1, 6-11; 8:1; 16:1-2 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
In a house in ancient Corinth, eight men and a woman sit on low cushions, all their attention rivete
Mark: A Second Chance -- Luke 15:4-7 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
Place yourself, for a moment, in ancient Rome: not in the Forum or a palace or the Colosseum - that
Demetrius: Business Is Business -- Acts 19:1-20:1 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
The scroll is worn and old; worms have taken a word here and there; the Greek is the Greek of the ma
Cornelius: Man Of Decision -- Acts 10:1-11:3 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1996
Jesus instructed his apostles to take the Gospel into all the world.

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Broiled Fish -- Luke 24:36-43 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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Simon: Dinner With Passion -- Luke 7:36-50 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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5,000 For Supper? -- Luke 9:10-17 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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Martha's Supper; Mary's Feast -- Luke 10:38-42 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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Supper Etiquette -- Luke 11:37-42 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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A Strange Invitation -- Luke 14:1-6 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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Thanksgiving In Jericho -- Luke 19:1-10 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
Worship FocusA large bowl or basket of fruit; a pedestal bowl would be festive.
Supper Of Desire -- Luke 22:7-20 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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Emmaus: In Breaking Bread -- Luke 24:13-35 -- Robert F. Scott -- 1995
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Good morning boys and girls,

Well, how are you this morning? (children respond) If you ask me how I am I would say, “terrific.” I am “terrific” because __________________!

I am curious, who has a sister? (children respond) Who has more than one sister? (children respond) Who is a sister here this morning? (children respond)

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The cabins at Mt. Carmel Bible Retreat are small. Most have two small rooms; some have one large great room. There is a tiny bathroom with a utility shower.

Inside each cabin is a double bed and a set of bunk beds, a dresser and a small rod to hang clothes. Linens are provided for a charge and some of us are very grateful to have a ceiling fan.

Our group of fourteen cabins is set along a little walkway. Each cabin is about ten feet apart and each row of seven faces the sidewalk.

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