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Breaking news …

By   /  October 1, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

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Tweet It seems John Travolta’s vintage Mercedes sports car has been stolen. It happened in Santa Monica, California. Travolta parked the car on a residential street Sunday afternoon and stopped in at a nearby Jaguar dealership for about 10 minutes. When he returned, he found an empty parking spot and no sign of the car, a 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280-SL. You [...]

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Arab Spring

By   /  August 25, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

Tweet What started with one man’s protest over his vegetable cart being unlawfully seized in the small Mediterranean nation of Tunisia, almost identical in size and population to Georgia, has blossomed into a movement of young and old alike, who are pushing for some of the largest human rights reforms the world has ever seen. [...]

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One last word is not enough

By   /  May 23, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

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Tweet I was blessed and humbled to be present as Ben Gosden walked across the sanctuary on the campus of Emory University this week and receive his diploma from seminary. I was blessed to return to a place that meant so much to me, and to so many before me, and to watch the joy [...]

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In the good and bad, where do you turn?

By   /  April 25, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

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Tweet It is now easier than ever to stay connected. Through the advances of technology, specifically telecommunications and high-speed transmission of data and signals, we are able to see and hear the news from nearly corner of the world and even out into the galaxies. This new ability to connect has opened up amazing new [...]

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Getting past the past

By   /  April 15, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

Tweet What happens when things start going the wrong direction? Take, for example, conversations. We have a sense of direction when talking with others and can feel them going up or down. What happens when we feel a conversation going down a path we did not intend because the “other” wants to go backward and talk [...]

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Is Easter tardy?

By   /  April 7, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

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Tweet Despite all of the admonitions from mothers everywhere to rise and shine, or that the early bird gets the worm, sometimes great things happen more late than early. That can be said this year for Easter. Easter 2011 will be celebrated at an unprecedented late date. Let me explain … The date for Easter [...]

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By   /  March 16, 2011  /  Faith, Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

Tweet The Grand Ole Opry   There in the center of the stage is a circle of hardwood, stained a lighter color than the rest of the floor, on which the performer stands and entertains. It is a section of the floor of the Ryman Auditorium, where the Opry called home for 31 years, that was moved [...]

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God adding to universe

By   /  February 4, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

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Tweet We’ve talked before about the size of God’s creation. It is overwhelming in its scope. I suggest that is it a lie for any of us to focus on scarcity, when God has created so very much and wants to provide for us. Yet, that is the very fear every one of us faces.

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Everyone should be on Facebook

By   /  January 14, 2011  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

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Tweet Experience is the greatest teacher. Thomas Taylor in the year 1617, quoting an ancient Latin saying We know this to be true. We learn best by doing. We can grasp the nuances, and get a hold of the concepts better when we are a part of the action. Books are amazing tools, and conversations [...]

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Campaigning for healthy marriages

By   /  November 11, 2010  /  Rev. Hagan  /   Comments

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Tweet As I type this, polls are open across our country. People are voting here in of Epworth, as we host our neighborhood polling precinct for the first time. But we know elections are larger than one day, with monies and months spent gaining support, getting out the vote, garnering endorsements, and even a little time [...]

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