Through His death, burial, and resurrection Jesus is the reconciliation bridge, that we may cross from sin and death to forgiveness and everlasting life.

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BECAUSE OF HIS SACRIFICE By Stephen Gammon | March 14, 2021 All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned – every one – to his own way; and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all (Isaiah 53:6). The Son of Man will be delivered over to the chief priests…

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BECAUSE GOD HOLDS US… By Stephen Gammon | February 27th, 2021 For I, the LORD your God, hold your right hand; it is I who say to you, “Fear not, I am the One who helps you” (Isaiah 41:13).  Listen to me… all who have been borne by me from before your birth, carried from…

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Risk and Rewards of Faith By Stephen Gammon | November 14,, 2020 It is impossible to live a rewarding life without taking risks.  My five-year-old grandson Archer has recently learned to ride his bicycle without training wheels.  He now rides it bravely and confidently, thus enjoying the rewards of joy and freedom.  But receiving these…

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HOPE WHEN TIMES ARE HARD By Stephen Gammon | October 23, 2020 My friend Deb Demty lives with her husband Paul near the beach in Narragansett, Rhode Island.  For several years now Deb has started nearly every day by taking a long walk on the beach with her dog, and most importantly with her Lord. …

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Because of my physical struggles these past two years, I have not had very many opportunities to preach God’s Word. But I was recently asked by friends in the Republic of South Africa to video record a message to be shared with brothers and sisters, ministers and churches of the Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches in the RSA, and today I was blessed to do so.

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GIVING FREELY AS WE HAVE FREELY RECEIVED By Stephen Gammon | September 4, 2020 As this week my new book has been released, I have been rejoicing again in the wonderful ways the Lord has blessed me through the years, including recently as I walked with Him through the deep valley of cancer.  I rejoice…

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ON INTENTIONAL REMEMBERING By Stephen Gammon | August 21, 2020 This is an anniversary week for me.  Four years ago this week was my Navy retirement ceremony, and 44 years ago this week Helen and I were married.  How wonderful to intentionally remember!  I remembered by looking again at photo albums and memorabilia from those…

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