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Hess's Headlines November 2020

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Dear Church,             Throughout history there are extremely difficult situations that are heart-wrenching to study; however, in the middle of almost every study of the heartbreaking, you will also find true tales of compassion...

Hess's Headlines September

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Dear Church,             How many times have you prayed a hedge of protection around someone? It is interesting that prayers will include this as a request for protection and security, but David prayed for a guard over his own...

Hess's Headlines August

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Dear Church,   If I could be honest with you, I’m uncomfortable. I’m uncomfortable with so many decisions being made, the things I see on the news, the weight of leadership, all things covid related, the social unrest, the politics, and I have great concern for each of...

Hess's Headlines June 24

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Dear Church, It is an honor to serve as your pastor. The last few months I have personally watched your care for one another, your grace and flexibility, and your creativity. The times have forced us to be alert, to be discerning, and in the middle of challenges, I hope you are motivated to...

Hess's Headlines June

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Dear Church, I saw a post recently that shared a thought that was intended to be humorous but was more than funny. The post simply showed a woman, bent over, glasses raised, and she was straining as if she was trying to focus on something in the distance. The caption below read, “Waking...

Hess's Headlines May

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Dear Church, These past few months have been exhilarating and exhausting, confusing and critical, reinvigorating and refreshing, draining and desperate, and finally, it has forced innovation and creativity.  This week will mark the first week Woodmont Baptist Church will have an on-campus...

Hess's Headlines April

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Dear Church,   "Though He slay me, I will hope in him." Those words are written by Job. Powerful testimony from the mouth of someone walking through the toughest of valleys. The language of this verse is dark and light at the same time. The passage makes me think about Job's desperate...

Hess's Headlines March

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Dear Church, I have at least two great sources teaching me how much I do not know: marriage and parenthood. I believe both of these are a gift given by God. I believe that in God's grace, He is sanctifying my life and using marriage and parenthood to daily depend on Him, His grace, and His...

Hess's Headlines February

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Dear Church, Did you catch that? I just wrote "Dear Church". That may be an insignificant introduction to you, but to me, it's taken a lot of years to look at the church and realize it is something I hold dear. Through the gospel of Jesus, the power of the Holy Spirit, and the Word of God, my...

Hess's Headlines January

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Life is short. That's what 2018 taught me. I used to think that if I lived 80-90 years, I wouldn't think life is short, but that's simply not true. What's true is what the Bible says, "Come now, you who say, 'Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade...

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