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The disabled and the sick were often the unseen people in Jesus’s time. Perhaps they are today as well. In healing the disabled and the sick, Jesus not only showed…
Most of us have at some point felt unseen, causing us to feel insignificant, invisible, worthless. The Gospel of Luke is a first-century portrait of Jesus with a particular focus…
In a world full of half-truths and false words, Jesus is the true Word of God. Keeping the Word as our focus, we can better navigate the words of the…
Although families can take on many shapes and sizes, one thing is true for all of them—words matter. Words spoken in the family can be hurtful and cause us to…
Words have immense power. They have the power to tear down or to build up. This week, we explore ways to tame the tongue and build up the world around…
Seeing the community clearly requires both embracing the ancient while welcoming the future.

Hindsight is 20/20

January 19, 2020
As we explore how God sees the current and future church it's helpful to look back on the church of previous generations and learn from them. Martin Luther King Jr.'s…
Too often we see the world through the lens of scarcity. Jesus invites us to see the world through a lens of abundance

True Wisdom

January 6, 2020
Two groups of educated people gathered to discern where the Christ was born, but only one group was wise enough to seek Him. Let's discover the traits of True Wisdom…