Pastor Jerry talks about one of his biggest pet peeves in this blog post.


As we continue looking at life, and how to live it well and with intent, we come to a place that is uncomfortable for me, and likely will be for you also. I hope you’ll stick around until we get to the end of the article, because this one is...

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For a while now, something has been rattling around in my mind. Are you OK with me letting you in on it? (Coming into my space may not be exactly safe.) Why do we do what we do when we do it? Why don’t we do something else? What moves...

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How do you react when your ideas are challenged?

Accepting the Challenge

In the last post, I challenged you regarding your mindset about Millennials. I linked to an article that stretched me in that regard, and I hope stretched you as well. How was your mind impacted and expanded by said article? Did you find yourself agreeing or disagreeing with what you...

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Pastor Jerry talks about what makes a life worth living?

What makes life worthwhile?

If you’ve been with me for the last few posts, you can detect a theme emerging. If need be, go back a few posts and read up to the present. (You can read them here, here, and here.) Do you see the theme? What is it? Life, worthwhile. Many today...

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What is life really about?


Living. Isn’t this what we all are doing? Isn’t living defined as making your way through life as best you can? Living to provide for yourself and your family? Living to hopefully enjoy some of the fruit of your labor? Or is there more to living than this mere existence?...

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The Denny Project brings assistance to residents of the Ozona Community.

Behind the Scenes at Ozona Community Church

According to the dictionary, community means, “an interacting population of various kinds of individuals in a common location.” For us, that common location is the little area of Ozona, tucked next to Palm Harbor, along the shore line of Pinellas County. For years, First Baptist Church of Ozona quietly sat...

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