Author Archives: Cape Bible Chapel

What, Me Righteous?

By: Scott Horrell Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. Romans 12:2 When I … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

By: Jessie Yount I love Paul’s letters to the churches in the New Testament. I love the picture we have of his heart. Did you know that in almost every letter, Paul specifically tells the recipients that he is praying … Continue reading

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Now What?

By: Jessie Yount “Now what?” My nine-year-old’s two favorite words of late. It sounds innocent enough. It sounds like curiosity. He’s a kid; aren’t they all curious? In a world dictated by adults, perhaps he merely wants information. “What time … Continue reading

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Squirrel Tales and Hospitality Issues –

By: Judith Hargett I’ll have to write fast. I am hostess for some unwelcome guests. They showed up uninvited and are expecting food and lodging. They can’t be left unattended for long. Their very presence puts me at odds with … Continue reading

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Unclogging Sinks and Hearts –

By: Judith Hargett It’s one of those sounds you don’t like to hear…that gurgling noise in the sink. You know it’s just a matter of time before the sink stops draining, and the clog has to be cleared. I was … Continue reading

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Sitting down with Tax Collectors –

By: Judith Hargett The air was so thick with tension it seemed to require extra energy to walk through the room. Already feeling overexerted I had to make a quick sidestep to keep from getting run over by an irate … Continue reading

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A letter from the Elders of Cape Bible Chapel

March 2014     Greetings to everyone at Cape Bible Chapel,   The elders are excited to provide an update on the leadership transition that began the first of January. We recognize that this is one of the most significant … Continue reading

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The Breakdown of Adell and the Wisdom of Solomon –

By: Judith Hargett I have come to a most unpleasant conclusion after careful consideration of the facts…followed by much sneezing and general hankie waving. The conclusion? At some point during our move from Texas to Missouri seven years ago, some … Continue reading

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Slippery Slopes and Squirrel Wars –

By: Judith Hargett It is embarrassing to realize you’ve been outsmarted by a squirrel. Wait. Let’s change that to outfoxed by a squirrel…sounds less insulting. This has happened to me more than once which I am willing to admit because … Continue reading

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Surviving the Flu and Ladybugs –

By: Judith Hargett The creature crept from room to room searching for that spot that might provide just a little comfort.   That creature was me.  Or, was it I?  Well.  It was one of us.  My bout with self-diagnosed flu … Continue reading

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