Uncertain Future

People like to prognosticate, meaning we like to think we can predict the future of our lives with a degree of accuracy and certainty. The disappointing truth is that we can’t. In a few weeks we will have a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil give us a prediction as to whether or not winter will stick […]

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The Ghost of A Christmas Past

I have been on this earth long enough to have seen 68 Christmases come and go, although I have no strong memories of the first four or five. But one stands out for its own unique reasons. Allow me to share it with you. It was the Christmas of 1962. That was a difficult year […]

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It’s About Time

I have had some pretty significant events take place in my life the past few months. On November 24th my high school graduating class had its 50th reunion. Wow! Seriously? Where did the time go? My beautiful and faithful bride Nancy and I celebrated our 49th wedding anniversary! Plans are in the making for our […]

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The He(art) of Letting Go

During my 68 years of life, I have experienced offenses and wounds too numerous to count, situations that required me to forgive, to let it go. That is not so easy to do. I have also caused many offenses and wounds that confronted others with the challenge to let it go. It’s almost humorous when […]

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Extravagant Love

It was the summer of 1968. I was 17 and just moved into a rental home on Walnut Street in Bristol, PA with my family. Two doors down lived Nancy B. Keller who was 21 at the time. She was raised in that house. My band, The Midnight Hours used to practice on my front […]

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We Need an Anchor

At the end of last summer, my wife Nancy and I were in the Orlando, FL area caring for our son. Because of his recent back surgery, we flew down to stay with him so his wife could return to work immediately. We planned to remain there for two weeks, but on the weekend of […]

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Where Do We Go From Here?

We’re at a place in our culture that no one ever thought we would see. Mass shootings, disintegrated families, rampant dishonesty and selfishness, cruelty, and the outright rejection of God, whose moral law cramps the style of the “liberated.” How did we get to where we are today? It has been a slow devolution that […]

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Death is a Doorway

I remember the first time that I experienced the loss of a loved one through death. It was the passing of my grandfather John Sabol on January 27, 1961. I was ten years old. He was a hard-working Czechoslovakian immigrant who was so proud to be an American citizen! Grandpa Sabol was the only healthy […]

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Lonely

Most people who know me now would never guess that, at one time, I was a relatively successful rock musician in the Philadelphia area. I sang and played guitar in three commercially successful bands from 1965-1975. The Midnight Hours, The Rainy Days, and, the one that causes jaws to drop, The Devil’s Workshop (It’s a […]

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Strength in Weaknesses

But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in […]

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Worship Time & Location

Lifeway Church meets in the Regal Cinema on Sundays at:

2200 Lebanon Valley Mall
Lebanon, PA 17042

9:00 a.m & 10:30 a.m.

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1455 E Main Street, Suite #2
Annville, PA 17003

717.454.3300

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