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Transitions

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Posted by Brian Suggs on

Transitions can be challenging. All of us go through transitions in our lives – they are portals to get us to the next stage of life: Toddlers grow up and go off to school, leaving their immediate family for the first time College students leave home and take important steps toward...

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Is It Worth It?

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Posted by Chris Wright on

It happens every summer. As children’s ministry is in the busiest season of the year, people begin asking those questions. The dreaded questions. The ones that I should be ready to answer, and yet always catch me by surprise. “Why do you do so much during the summer when so many...

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The Church and Autism: Part 1

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Posted by Michael Donnelly on

It has become clear that in this fallen world, diseases of all types parade across television without much education regarding the signs (what we see) and the symptoms (what someone is experiencing) for the illness. One of those is autism. Autism is an illness that includes a spectrum for both...

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Tags: autism, christian, church, response, support

My Will, Buried in His

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Posted by Cathy Morgan on

I love a good plan. I enjoy the satisfaction of checking off items on my to-do list every day. We all have ideas about how our day should unfold, whether we make a list or not. Our plans usually seem realistic when we first come up with them, but sometimes they can end up falling short. We...

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Liberating Kingship

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Posted by Terry Montague on

Recently, I did some guest teaching in our Light and Power Sunday adult enrichment class. The subject I taught on was my own composition of an outline of the entire Bible. As I look over my outline, I am struck by a common thread of Scripture - kingdom. Kings (both male and female) are to be...

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All We Like Sheep

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Posted by Justin Unger on

All through scripture we (the Church body) are referred to as “sheep.” If you really stop and think about it for a moment, you will quickly see all the incredible similarities. Over and over the Lord speaks to us as a good and faithful Shepherd, knowing that we are completely...

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The Scope of Neighborliness

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Posted by Brad Pellish on

It’s always a bit of a challenge, from a speaker’s perspective, when one is presenting a very familiar text. Such was the case this past Sunday when we engaged with Luke’s Good Samaritan account. What else is there to ascertain in this story beyond the fact I’m supposed...

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Tags: bethany, bless, care, compassion, identify, is, love, my, neighbor, phoenix, serve, who

What is Lent? Why Ash Wednesday?

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Posted by Ted Wueste on

Over the centuries, the church has oriented the yearly calendar around the life of Jesus rather than the physical seasons of the year. Rather than the rhythms of fall, winter, spring, and summer, the spiritual rhythms of longing, celebration, death, and resurrection define the days of the days...

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Making the Most of My Memories

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Posted by Chris Wright on

Have you ever just sat at the beach and watched the waves come in and out? This past summer I had the opportunity to sit at the beach with some friends and I remember looking at the waves and just watching them. Some were small and scarcely made an impact on the beach, but others were large and...

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Tags: bad, beach, constant, god, good, life, memories, waves

Questioning God: A Pathway of Gratefulness

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Posted by Ted Wueste on

The holiday season can be a difficult time for so many of us. We might feel the sting of being separated from family, either by distance or through broken relationships. Absence of relationship through death or divorce or singleness can usher in a sense of loneliness. It could be a lack of...

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