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We cannot truly listen to, act, or love all of God’s children if we do not also affirm how God sees all of us. And through affirming one another in…
Last week, we talked about listening and then being compelled to act. As followers of God, our actions must always be based on God’s view of strangers and how God…
Last week, we saw the importance of listening to the voices on the margins. However, it is not enough to just listen. We must also act.
We can be so busy on our mission that we stop listening. Yet, as Christians, we cannot fully engage in our mission without taking the time to hear the voices…

What We Have Learned

April 25, 2021
High school senior Sean Sepdham talks about some things he's learned from being a part of the church and some things he'd like to see the church learn in the…
There are times we are worn out and completely overwhelmed. The prophet Elijah found himself feeling alone and depressed. In his state of exhaustion, God offered him nourishment in the…
In a world filled with uncertainty and doubt, we are called to offer the ministry of vulnerability as Jesus did, and God lifts up our ministry of vulnerability to help…

Seeing Resurrection

April 4, 2021
Easter Sunday is a day of gratitude every year, but this year especially, we gather to celebrate the risen Christ with new enthusiasm. Easter reminds us of Christ’s faithfulness and…

Commitment

March 28, 2021
A team functions best when the players are committed to one another. Palm/Passion Sunday reminds us of the people’s wavering commitment to Christ. On Sunday, they welcome him with palm…
Worship is not just the responsibility of the pastor, the band, or the choir. The congregation is never the audience. Instead, we are all on the field when we worship…