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10 Things I Learned from the True Story Project

By Caitlin Anderson As the True Story Project started coming to an end, I spent the final few days reflecting on how God […]

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The Coming of the Holy Spirit

Craig St. John / January 27, 2017

By Josh McCoy, Pastoral Resident The Holy Spirit can be described as an “it” or an ethereal force operating at random times throughout […]

Hunger and Thirst for God’s Word

Craig St. John / January 23, 2017
True Story Project

By Caitlin Anderson Have you ever desired a certain food? I mean really craved it? The best hamburger you’ve ever had? A gooey, […]

Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Craig St. John / January 16, 2017
Martin Luther King Jr, Race and Faith

16 April 1963 My Dear Fellow Clergymen: While confined here in the Birmingham city jail, I came across your recent statement calling my […]

Jesus Ascended, but His Mission Continues

Craig St. John / January 13, 2017

By Kadi Weinland In the first book, O Theophilus, I have dealt with all that Jesus began to do and teach, until the […]

Jessi’s True Story Project Experience

Craig St. John / December 12, 2016
True Story Project

By Teena Dare Does anyone else feel like the stories of the Old Testament sound more like a Netflix original than Sunday morning […]

Craig St. John / December 2, 2016

The Story We Belong In By Deana Rogers My favorite statement from Riccardo’s teaching on Sunday about Mary is thi She knows the […]

True Story Project: Start Today

Craig St. John / December 1, 2016
SQUID, True Story Project

By Caitlin Anderson We are a few months into the True Story Project, and it seems like everyone I talk to is behind […]

Craig St. John / November 26, 2016
Advent, Immigration, Marginaliized, Migrant Workers, Poverty, Refugees

The Justice of Christmas By Riccardo Stewart There are restaurants opening up all over Tempe and in the broader Phoenix area. And, often […]


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