Sowing Seeds of Faith Blog


Memorial Day: Missing in Action

by: Larry Davies | May 27, 2013

This week, we celebrated Memorial Day, a time to remember and honor those who died defending our country. Several years ago, one person in our church, Jan Reger, reminded me to also remember the families of those listed as “Missing in Action.” You don’t hear that term mentioned anymore. Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts list very […]

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Snakes and the Holy Spirit

by: Larry Davies | May 20, 2013

“The challenge that continually comes before you is to trust Me and search for My way through each day.” (Jesus Calling by Sarah Young) Lately, I’ve struggled to abide by this sentence. Let me explain:   Last week, I found a large black snake in our dog pen and reluctantly killed it because it was […]

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Sunday Prayer – May 19, 2013

by: Larry Davies | May 18, 2013

  Come to me with your plans in abeyance. Worship Me in spirit and in truth, allowing My glory to permeate your entire being. Trust Me enough to let Me guide you through this day, accomplishing My purposes in My timing. Subordinate your myriad plans to My Master Plan. I am sovereign over every aspect […]

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A Little Church that Could

by: Larry Davies | May 13, 2013

Do you remember the famous children’s book: “The Little Engine that Could?” A train full of toy animals, dolls and every kind of thing boys or girls could want was stranded and could not get over the mountain to the village of children on the other side. What would they do?   A shiny new […]

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Mothers Day Prayer 2013

by: Larry Davies | May 11, 2013

Mother’s Day is the third most popular Sunday for church attendance only behind Christmas and Easter.   Why?   One reason may be that our connection with God and the way we express our love to God has been taught to us and modeled for us by our mothers or someone who has been like […]

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Barbecue and a Sermon

by: Larry Davies | May 6, 2013

To enjoy the best barbecue in the world, you just have to know how to get there: located on an old road that used to be beside another road, now an interstate. Once there you will stand in line for at least fifteen to thirty minutes. If you’re lucky enough to get a table, you […]

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