Have you been overwhelmed trying to read the book of Revelation? Lowell Young describes reading Revelation like peeling an onion. Listen, using the link below.
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God of the Living, 11.06.16 Check out the video we saw on YouTube. What Makes You Feel Alive?
Looking Up, 10.30,16
Defiance (yes, it’s a good thing!), October 23, 2016 Treasures in Clay Jars (about the difficulty of living in temporary bodies), July 17, 2016
Last Sunday’s sermon is up!
Sermons To listen to recent sermons, use the links below: I Want To, October 9, 2016 This Past and Present Dance, August 14, 2016
Sermons To listen to recent sermons, use the links below: But Peter Got Up, April 16, 2017 Can These Bones Live?, April 2, 2017 The Most Unlikely, March 26, 2017 Going Out and Coming In, March 12, 2017 Something That Won’t Compute, March 5, 2017 A Seventh Day, February 26, 2017 (Find corresponding pictures, along
This month our Women’s Group threw a surprise birthday party for one of our members!
“For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but he rested on the seventh day.” Exodus 20:11a We hesitate, sometimes, to give ourselves permission to rest, to put down our tools and step away. It’s difficult to let ourselves step back from life
Deep Thoughts for Deep People (a weekly devotional) “The Beginning of…” I took this photo in the Art Institute this afternoon. In 1918/1919, Marsden Hartley painted this piece, “The Last of New England — The Beginning of New Mexico.” The material itself is interesting — oil paint on cardboard, of all things — but the