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The Pastors’ Pointe of View

What’s It All About?

Posted on Wednesday, April 10th, 2013 by Dean Brown

When I studied music with John Seagle (of Seagle’s Music Colony fame), one of the songs that ran around the colony that summer was Alfie. I remember a girl named Susie did a marvelous job communicating the import of the popular 1960’s tune. Dionne Warwick recorded it, as did Cher and others, and it hit a cultural nerve…
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We’re Not Here for a Long Time

Posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 by Webmaster

His name is Huey Lewis and his music group is called “The News.” They’ve made a Rock song very popular because people like what the song preaches: There’s a party down on the corner Do you want to go? They got rhythm, a little blues And a whole lot of soul I don’t care what you’ve…
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This Is the Real Story of Easter!

Posted on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013 by Webmaster

There’s a lot I could write about today in my weekly Pastor’s Pointe of View: We have an incredible Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at the Sport’s Dome (two different times to get all the kids in!) Sunday is Easter Sunday! Easter Bunnies and my thoughts about them! The predicted 52 degree temps for Sunday!…
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They Walked Among Us

Posted on Wednesday, February 13th, 2013 by Dean Brown

Most Saturday evenings at Vantage Pointe, people interested in the spiritual success of our church get together for an hour and do something that seems to be a lost art for many Christians: they pray (Acts 16: 13-14). Prayer is the process by which God’s people communicate with Him about things that are important to them. It’s amazing…
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The Awesome Why

Posted on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 by Dean Brown

In the span of 14 seconds, two loud concussions stilled the jubilant air of the warm spring day and covered it with a blanket of smoke, debris and body parts. Two innocent people, no three, were caught up in the moment and swept away to a place beyond the sights and sound of the Patriot’s…
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Serve Others More Than Ourselves, and This Vantage Pointe Becomes Clear

Posted on Sunday, March 4th, 2012 by Dean Brown

An early morning greeted us as we braved the snow packed Northway to take our daughter, Naomi, to the Albany International Airport for her flight to Canada. After our good-byes, we headed north again and stopped at our favorite coffee bistro to enjoy a hot, delicious beverage. While there, we remembered that we had a…
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Posted on Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 by Dean Brown

The dictionary defines the word “renovate” in this way: “Restore (something old, esp. a building) to a good state of repair.” This week we begin the exciting work of renovating the Vantage Pointe facility at 543 Ridge Road. The original building was built in 1970 and an addition was put on in the 1990’s. While…
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Pastor’s Pointe of View

Posted on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 by Webmaster

“I’ve made myself available to those who haven’t bothered to ask. I’m here, ready to be found by those who haven’t bothered to look. I kept saying, ‘I’m here, I’m right here’ to a nation that ignored me.” (Isaiah 65: 1-2 The Message) My grandson, Aaron James Howell, arrived back in New York last week…
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Pastor’s Pointe of View – The Bible

Posted on Thursday, February 28th, 2013 by Dean Brown

Take a second or two and do something for me. Think back on your schooling and reflect on which subject was your favorite. Was it mathematics, science, music, English literature, or even history? I loved history as a school boy, and I love it to this day. As I write this article tonight, I’m mesmerized…
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Pastor’s Pointe of View

Posted on Wednesday, May 29th, 2013 by Dean Brown

“If you want to remove your subjective blinders and begin to see others as they truly are, a great place to start is with simple observation.” (Amanda Ford) Today you will repeat something you do every single day. It’s a normal part of living and it’s often taken for granted by most people. All over Glens Falls, people…
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