McIntosh United Methodist Church

Archive for January, 2014

  • What Am I Supposed To Do? Week 4: Wisdom

    This Week’s Text: Luke 10:25-28 The way we will close out this series is by exploring the concept of wisdom and learning about a tool that is uniquely Methodist. To begin, we have to understand that wisdom and knowledge are different things. Knowledge is amassing information. Wisdom is about putting knowledge into practice. Pastor Adam Hamilton […]

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  • Gadabouts- February 2014

    This month on Saturday, February 22nd the Gadabouts will have lunch at Ocean Buffet located at the Oaks Mall Plaza in Gainesville. We will leave from church at 12:30 or meet at the restaurant at 1:00. Please let Fred or Barbara know if you plan to come by Sunday, February 16th, and remember to bring […]

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  • What Am I Supposed To Do? Week 3: Seasons

    This Week’s Text: Ecclesiastes 3:1, 9-15 I know in Florida, we don’t get that many seasons. To call two or three days with lows in the 20s “winter” is an insult to people who live anywhere north of the Carolinas. However, the recent cold snap is a really good reminder about one central aspect of seasons- […]

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  • What Am I Supposed To Do? Week 2: Identity

    This Week’s Text: Ephesians 2:1-10 How many of you prefer Coke to Pepsi? How many of you prefer Pepsi? In blind taste tests, significantly more people pick Pepsi. Yet, when it is not a blind taste test, and you tell people which one they are drinking, it flips the other way and people overwhelmingly pick Coke. […]

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  • Gadabouts- January 2014

    The Gadabouts will be hosting a Soup and Movie night in the Fellowship Hall on Saturday, January 11. They will be eating at 5pm, and you are asked to bring a soup or side to share. At 6pm, the film “Sarah, Plain and Tall” will be show. This is a great opportunity for all families […]

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  • What Am I Supposed To Do? Week 1: Answers

    This Week’s Text: Colossians 3:1-4, 12-17 Writer H.L. Mencken wrote, “For every complex problem, there is an answer that is clear, simple and wrong.” We live in a sound byte, Twitter and Facebook culture where we want clear, simple answers to complex problems. We want a list of 5-10 things we can do, and if you […]

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