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Category: Psalms

A Light to My Path

Craig St. John / August 20, 2016
God's Word, Psalms, Sermons, True Story Project

By Kadi Weinland Anyone who has even taken a glance at Psalm 119 knows it’s not your typical psalm. It is, in fact, […]

His pursuit sets us apart in love

Craig St. John / August 13, 2016
Pslams

By David Conley O Lord, you have searched me and known me! You know when I sit down and when I rise up; […]

Wash me white as snow, and I will be made whole

Craig St. John / July 22, 2016
Forgiveness, Psalms

By David Conley Growing up in the Midwest where the four seasons are a constant renewal of the landscape, I was reminded of […]

The Common Melody of the Church

Craig St. John / July 15, 2016
Lament, Prayer, Pslams

By Teena Dare Church, My brothers and sisters, common blood in our veins Pulsing new life with each heartbeat, blood of a Savior […]

God’s Presence in the Shade and in the Shadows

Craig St. John / July 8, 2016
Justice, Lament, Mission, Psalms

By Deana Rogers I can’t get my mind off of the Preemptive Love families and workers who have been risking their lives to […]

All of Creation

Craig St. John / July 1, 2016
Creation, Glory of God, Pslams, Sermons

By Josh McCoy The sky, the heavens, and all of creation proclaim the glory of God. In Psalm 19, David is proclaiming the […]

Should Christians be happy all the time?

Craig St. John / June 24, 2016
Lament, Psalms

By John Crawford Are Christians supposed to be happy all of the time? This is an important question because many Christians wonder what […]

Praying Like a Human (Part 1)

Craig St. John / June 16, 2016
Prayer, Psalms

By Jim Mullins If you had to compare your prayer life to a famous person, who would you choose? I recently asked this […]