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Drop Us a Note

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We’ve gathered some supportive notes people have delivered to ABC the last couple of weeks. Enjoy! I miss you all each Sunday. Love you, Juanita DeVaughn  Thank you all for what you are doing to adapt during this difficult time. God Bless, Eileen Pino  Pastors and Leaders – Thank you for your every effort to […]

John’s Bad Dream

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The last book of the Bible, known popularly as Revelation, is the journal of a series of visions the Apostle John had when he was a very old man. His Lord Jesus had been gone from the earth for more than sixty years, and fellow apostles Peter and Paul had died thirty years earlier. John […]

A.W. Tozer

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Two weeks ago, I wrote a Messenger article suggesting that we all think about the “New Normal” God has in store for us on the other side of this stay-at-home phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. I said that my plan was to take some practical steps forward in following the Two Great Commandments Jesus talked […]

How Long, O Lord?

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We’re beginning to identify with the Psalmist who wrote, possibly during a long illness: Be gracious to me, O Lord, for I am languishing; Lord, heal me, for my bones are shaking with terror. My soul also is struck with terror, while you, O Lord—how long? (Psalm 6:2-3; see also Psalm 13) Laid off, furloughed, […]

My New Normal

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In last week’s Messenger, I put out the challenge that we should not be satisfied to get back to normal, after this Covid-19 shut down is over, but rather, look forward to a new normal, a bigger and better normal, that God wants to bring us to. Then, this morning, I heard NY Governor Cuomo […]

Is Something Big About to Hatch?

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That’s the feeling we have as we wait helplessly for the COVID-19 disease to work its way through our communities. Sometimes we have a feeling of dread — that the next phase will mean more deaths, that it will directly impact our family, that it will mean the collapse of the economy into a depression. […]

The Jewish Feast of Passover Begins Today

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Because our religious traditions follow different calendars, Passover and our Christian Holy Week don’t always coincide,* but this year, when they do, is a good time to reflect on how they are related. It all started when God called a middle eastern tribe, known as the Israelites, who had been slaves in the Egyptian Empire […]

At the Lord’s Virtual Table

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During these weeks when we can’t meet together in a normal worship service, we’ve tried to use on-line social media to create an inspiring virtual service at our usual meeting time, 11 am Sunday morning. We’ve done our best to keep all the familiar elements of our service — welcome, praise songs, announcements, receiving the […]

I Just Wanted to Call and Be a Blessing to Somebody

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Maurine Georgiades has been part of the broader ABC family since the early 1950s. She’s now 93 years old and is pretty much homebound because she has severe respiratory problems and is dependent on breathing support. In the past few years, one of the church’s TLC groups has been meeting at her home to include […]

COVID-19 Means New Ways of Being Church!

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Dear Altadena Baptist Family, The state of California has issued their “Safer at Home” request. This means that, going forward, we will not be meeting in the church building. But that won’t stop us! Because the church is really all of us, united in spirit wherever we are, and we can still take care of […]