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Too often we act as if prayer is a magic act. We say the right words, and – poof! – we get what we want.
I am still thinking …
No matter what fears hold you back, no matter what from your present or your past binds you, God comes to you.
I have been reeling these past few days at the sudden, tragic death of one of our members.
When we think about prophecy, we generally think of foretelling or predicting the future.
I wonder if the biggest issue we face today is a lack of imagination. We get stuck in rigid patterns, thinking that there is only one way to approach any challenge.
When we look for those examples of love, when we become those examples of love, be ready for what can happen to our lives. Be ready for what can happen to our world.
Ground yourself in Jesus and open yourself up to all the possibilities God places before you.
The three of them were waiting at the church door when I drove up that afternoon. A mother with her two older teenage sons. She didn’t speak any English, but she had a bathroom emergency.
Last week, I explored figures from the church’s past to inspire us as we respond to the shootings in Gilroy, El Paso, and Dayton.