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Unconditional Love

In January, our Student Ministry worked through a series entitled, My So-Called Friends. In this series, we looked at the attributes of a true friend: Unconditional Love (someone who loves without holding anything back), Vulnerability (someone who opens up past,... Continue Reading →

Learning to Take Steps

Taking steps is complex.  Trying to design robots that actually walk like a human takes a lot of brain power and money.  The complex pattern of gaining balance, leaning forward, taking a step and not falling is harder than it... Continue Reading →

Gospel Moments – Cleaning Up Messes

I was just able to get the baby to sleep and my toddler was watching her morning shows, so, I seized the opportunity to take a quick shower. I came out to my toddler not wearing a diaper and exclaiming... Continue Reading →

The Lion and the Lamb

I remember the first time I heard the song, “The Lion and the Lamb.” I was driving in my car, listening to a Christian radio station when it came on. The song describes our God as a Lion, roaring with... Continue Reading →

Abhorring What is Evil

Recently, I was reading a portion of John Bunyan's classic allegory, Pilgrim's Progress. During a conversation between two characters, Talkative and Faithful, they began to discuss the marks of a person who is truly a follower of Christ; a person... Continue Reading →

Resolutions for a New Year

The beginning of a new year is usually seen as an opportunity to examine ourselves and determine what we may need to do differently in the upcoming year. This can be a helpful practice but is often seen as burdensome... Continue Reading →

Lives are Being Changed

I’m sure by now you have heard of The Great Commission, but have you ever examined yourself to see if you are living out that mandate? Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has... Continue Reading →

Cultivating Joy

I don’t know about you, but I have had a year this year. It has been filled with good things and wonderful people and God moving in my life and the life of people around me. This year has also... Continue Reading →

When We Don’t Feel Thankful

I love the smell of crushed leaves underfoot, and air which is just cool enough to require a light jacket; plus there is just something about this time of year that makes it optimal for sitting down with a novel... Continue Reading →

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