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Go Fish!

May 1, 2022
It isn’t long after Easter that the disciples head right back to their old lives. Could they not imagine a ministry without Jesus telling them where to go? Why did…

The Next 30 Years!

April 24, 2022
The Sunday following Easter we read the story of doubting Thomas. He isn’t sure of all the stories of people seeing the Resurrected Lord. Finally, Jesus appears to him in…
To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow. What does it mean that God's story keeps bringing us back to the garden? What does it mean that Mary mistakes…

A Celebration of Healing

April 10, 2022
Palm Sunday Celebration of Healing
We know our world needs a revolution. Things are not as they should be. However, as we watch the young revolutionaries in Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables, their passion ends in…
As Christians, our motivation is love. Love of God brings love of neighbor, and that love of neighbor deepens our love of God. Marius and Cosette share one of the…
The story of Fantine may be one of the most poetically horrifying tales to grace the Broadway stage and cinema. The fact that she never seems to overcome her struggle…
Sometimes we think that justice and grace are opposite expressions of God, as Psalm 30:5 poetically suggests—“For his anger is but for a moment; his favor is for a lifetime”—but…
We have two options when it comes to grace: we can deny it or receive it. How does our confession of our whole selves, both the times we have denied…
When the flowers fade, the chocolates melt, and the butterflies flutter away ... what remains? Hear a message about the parts of true love we rarely talk about and how…