Another Great Report

< There was a time when I would write a lil story every Sunday after serving and put it on the website. Now a days trying to run a non-profit, helping folks, meetings, going to city council meetings, etc. it’s a challenge. But I don’t need to preach to the...

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Not a Hand Out But a Hand Up

< "Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night, stays these soldiers from the swift completion of their anointed preaching." Glory to GOD!! With the white stuff coming down this past Sunday…“SNOW”!! It was pretty… and pretty cold and wet! But everyone stayed and listened to Joe Holman...

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199 Burritos

240 Eggs, lots of sausage, 30 pounds of hash browns, 15 pounds of cheese for 199 burritos. Then lots of bacon and pancakes. Whew! What a wonderful meal today. We LOVE our fellowship with all...

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He is so good!

Praise our Lord and Savior, Jesus! He is so good to us every day! Our luncheon every Sunday makes me laugh at times. Because when we first show up there are maybe 20 – 25 people, but then it’s...

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Modern Day Idols

Idolatry is worshipping other things besides the One True God. Consistently throughout the Bible it is made very clear that idolatry is unacceptable. Here are just a few examples of modern day idols; Sports (football, basketball, golf, etc.) Greed, Wealth, Condo (sounds strange but Indianapolis has this in a bad...

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The Right Road

How do we choose the right road? Most people seem to go through life lost most of the time and going down the wrong road. They turn down Allies only to cross the road they need to travel, to go down another alley. Allies are narrow, dirty and filled with...

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The Lord is moving

The Lord is moving… When God’s people hit resistance, then our blessings are not far behind! This is an update of where MMUTB is meeting to serve our homeless friends. Please continue to meet at Hardees at 2:30 pm on Sunday’s, located at 921 E. Washington Street. Richard, Cathy and...

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Broken People

I opened my eye’s this morning to the darkness that filled my bedroom. I could hear my wife breathing gently as she slept comfortably on the other side of the bed. Cuddled next to me, a three pound black and grey dog I rescued last year, that we named Mookie....

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