The Irony of God's Ire
Mar 30 10:47 AM

The Irony of God's Ire

Mar 30 10:47 AM
Mar 30 10:47 AM

As we approach our most joyous celebration – the rising of our Savior, the first-fruits of eternal life, the opening of eternity for a mutinous creature – let’s take a moment and consider the cost...

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The Ethos of Easter
Mar 28 10:29 AM

The Ethos of Easter

Mar 28 10:29 AM
Mar 28 10:29 AM

In a survey of students at a prominent mid-western university, 67% claimed to be of the Christian faith. When those surveyed were asked what they first thought of when Easter was mentioned, what do you think they answered?...

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Now What?
Dec 29 2:41 PM

Now What?

Dec 29 2:41 PM
Dec 29 2:41 PM

As a church, we celebrate Advent as the “Expectant Waiting for Christ”. We celebrate the birth of our infant Savior, whose long promised prophecy was fulfilled. The world’s salvation came to earth that night so long ago in Bethlehem. Perhaps you’ve followed along with the Advent readings, the lighting of the candles, and even reached out to the weary world during this season. If so, you might be asking yourself, “Now what?”  What are we called to do after we’ve celebrated Christ’s birth....

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Christmas Traditions Transformed
Dec 21 9:56 AM

Christmas Traditions Transformed

Dec 21 9:56 AM
Dec 21 9:56 AM

For our family, the focus of Christmas was Christmas Eve.  Yes, we shopped for presents, listened to Christmas music, put up a Christmas tree, looked forward to posole and tamales Christmas Eve, spent time with Joan’s family in Albuquerque or mine in Kansas, and opened presents Christmas morning. But, from the time our children were small, we always looked forward to a Christmas Eve church service followed by a family time. That time started with reading...

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Christmas Cards or Prayer Cards?
Dec 15 10:40 AM

Christmas Cards or Prayer Cards?

Dec 15 10:40 AM
Dec 15 10:40 AM

Christmas cards! A sparkly, happy and festive reminder of the people we care about reaching out to us, sharing their news and remembering us during the Holidays. With photos of happy, smiling families or reindeer smiling gaily you may hang them on your tree, a wreath, a swag across the door, or in some other Pinterest-worthy presentation.

The idea is almost antiquated, surpassed by technology, opportunity, and convenience. Yet...

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