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Home Sweet Home

August 1, 2021
Our youth share stories about their At-Home Mission Trip and remind us that wherever we are, we are always home when we have God with us.
The commandment to not steal does not just apply to candy bars or cars, but there is a deep challenge in it for each of us. Jesus ultimately helps us…

Honesty

July 18, 2021
The commandments to not commit adultery and to not testify falsely against our neighbors hinge around honesty. When we strive to be honest in all our thoughts, words, and actions,…
The commandment to not kill often feels like an easy commandment to check off our list, but Christ calls us to an even higher standard. Christ calls us to not…
The second commandment is about idolatry. While we’re not likely to bow down to carved images of idols, the reality is that many things in our lives can step in…
The commandment to remember the Sabbath and keep it holy leads us to a place of rest, renewal, and a way of giving reverence to the Creator and Redeemer.
The commandment to honor our father and mother isn’t just for our younger years. God’s plan and design help ensure that we foster love, care, and support for each stage…
God’s name is holy, and we honor it with our words, actions, and honesty. This is part of our Christian witness.
What if we view the Ten Commandments as a set of guideposts or guardrails aimed at helping us experience the goodness and beauty that God interned? The first commandment is…
Christ’s “tossed-aside-ness” relates and redeems our own experiences of being tossed-aside. Christ values each of us and uses us to build God’s Kingdom wherein no one is abandoned or overlooked—a…