Running the Right Race

“Am I running the right race? What race am I running?” This question had a habit of popping up during quiet moments for me this summer. Sometimes, I’d be leaving work and sitting in heavy traffic staring at a red light, when it’d just pop up. Other times I’d be leaving friends and it’d start […]

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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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Traces of the Divine

One evening Gary and I took a walk around the college campus near our home. As we ventured out around the athletic fields, Gary suddenly stopped and gestured and said, “Look! There are deer out in the field.” My eyes followed his pointing finger and sure enough, way far, far away in the distance, I […]

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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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Kathy Run

Kristi’s sister Penny stepped out her front door and yelled, “Dinner’s ready!” Kristi’s two brothers Jimmy and Steve came out of the Quonset shed where they had been helping their dad, Big Jim, repair the farm tractor. As Kristi and I jumped off the swings to race inside, Jimmy quickly caught up and yelled, “last […]

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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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Character Counts

My daughter purchased a set of vanity lights for the mirror in her bedroom. People seem to have one of two reactions to the glaring light they emit. Either they say, “Wow, this is awesome! I can see all the blemishes on my face in this light!” or they say, “This is awful! I can […]

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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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Reaching for God in the Downpour

“What should we do?” Christine leaned into the steering wheel of the old Volkswagon bus, her hand wiping off the windshield fog to see through the driving rain. The windshield wipers slapped back and forth but were no match for the torrential downpour. “I don’t know. You know your lane better than me. You have […]

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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.

Office Information

To locate our offices or to send mail, use this address.

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

717.454.3300

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