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Reflection on Marriage after Four Decades

By Andy Carrillo Forty years ago, my wife Cindy and I committed matrimony. That morning we promised before God and several other people […]

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It’s a Wonderful Counselor

Craig St. John / November 28, 2017
Advent

By Pastor Riccardo Stewart For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon […]

Advent: The Discipline of Waiting

Craig St. John / November 27, 2017
Advent

By Pastor Riccardo Stewart Christians spanning across denominations, traditions, and history take time during this season each year to remember, wait, and anticipate […]

The Hidden Treasures of Our Church

AC / October 19, 2017
Proverbs, Sermons

Would-be pirates, swashbucklers, and imaginative children have long been captivated by the prospect of discovering hidden treasure. Even less adventurous adults have been […]

10 Things I Learned from the True Story Project

Craig St. John / September 3, 2017
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 […]

The Day the Lambs went Home

Craig St. John / June 3, 2017
Pentecost

by Deana Rogers Pentecost Sunday tends to get overlooked on our twenty-first century, non-traditional church calendars. The seventh Sunday after Easter is more […]

AC / May 22, 2017
First Wednesday

By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. (John 13:35) If you’ve been keeping up with […]

Jesus Spoke

Will Vucurevich / April 10, 2017
40 Days, Lent

Over the course of this blog series we have watched the actions of Jesus and reflected on the implications of the verbs used […]

Jesus Gave

Will Vucurevich / April 3, 2017
40 Days, Lent

We have been considering the verbs Jesus displayed as he instituted the practice of Communion, or the Lord’s Supper. He took the bread, […]

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