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At the Blue Church, we refer often to ourselves as a family, a spiritual family, whose ties to one another come from having the same heavenly Father. And as God’s children, our goal is to feed on His word, grow in His grace, bask in His love


    Men's Softball

     Is that Lazy-boy making you too lazy?

    Are there cobwebs on your exercise equipment?

    Are you feeling like your get up and go has gotten up and went?

    Then why not get yourself involved with a fun summer activity?


    For five years now several of The Blue Church men have been gathering together about once a month in the late afternoon along with other men from around Delaware County to play slow-pitch softball in Media, PA on the weekends. This is a fun time of fellowship and a chance to meet some new people. The games are good spirited and we don’t take ourselves too seriously (basically because our softball skills don’t allow us to). Plus, we usually have a cheering section (family and friends). Every game ends in prayer for those who want to participate. If you are interested in joining us then please contact the church for further information.

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    Past Sermon Series (from 2009 forward)

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    Sunday School

    Everybody Ought To Go To SUNDAY SCHOOL!!
                             9:00 AM

                         Adult Classes
               Children& Youth Ministries

       Click Sunday School for Details

    College and Career - (Young Adults)
    Growing in Grace - (Young Adults)
    Berean - (Adults; Mixed Ages)
    Foundations - (Adult Mixed Ages)
    Women's Bible Study (Adults, Mixed Ages)

    Nursery (Infant - Age 2)
    Little Lambs (Ages 2 & 3)
    Beginners (4's, 5's & K's)
    Grades 1, 2, 3
    Grades 4, 5, 6
    Junior High / Senior High

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    When we describe someone as speechless, we usually mean that he or she is too stunned or ashamed to talk, but Scripture tells us that speechless at times may be most appropriate.

    James 1 reminds us that we should be "swift to hear and slow to speak" adding, "slow to wrath" as well, since our words and out anger form vicious partnerships all too easily. Much better to factor in silence than to escalate an already difficult situation.

    Then there is Proverbs 18:13 (CJB), "To answer before hearing him out is both stupid and embarrassing." Now that is food got thought, and good reason to abide by James' good counsel. We so hate being interrupted, or someone jumping to a conclusion before we are finished speaking, that we should be able to remain appropriately speechless until our conversation partner has finished the thought.

    Of course the first conversations of the day can be the most challenging for a variety of reasons. Perhaps that's why Solomon warns us that "Whoever blesses his neighbor with a loud voice. rising early in the morning. will be counted as cursing." (Proverbs 27:14). In that case, it might be better to freet someone with a simle ( and maybe an espresso ) rather then words!

    And it may not be obvious at first blush, but Proverbs 25:11, "A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver"  assumes a period of quiet as we await the opportune moment.

    There is a time to speak and a time to be quiet. During the time of year when it is customary to contemplate gifts for others, it may be wise to award the gift of silence, for peace is, perhaps, the most underrated gift of all.

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