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Control

Control

Remember whether we’re talking work, marriage, learning or life with God, the familiar should come with a warning label! The familiar can become a rut and a rut can become a grave.

Control

Familiar

Remember whether we’re talking work, marriage, learning or life with God, the familiar should come with a warning label! The familiar can become a rut and a rut can become a grave.

Unimpressed

Unimpressed

God measures strength differently than the world. God takes pleasure in those who have such a heightened awareness of God that they respect, reverence, and worship God.

Builds

Builds

Real knowledge, according to Paul, is that all human knowledge is partial and evolving while the very best of knowledge knows there’s “no failure in love.”

Direction

Direction

What we find most objectionable about God is that God doesn’t affirm our grudge making and maintenance, God sends us towards the ones we struggle to love.

More Than a Dream

More Than a Dream

Out of the deep ocean of his vocabulary, “dream” is the word that’ll be quoted repeatedly. Yet, the substance of his “dream” is often co-opted by political partisans to disguise greed and diluted by the church to camouflage moral cowardice.

Beginning

Beginning

God has manifested God’s self among us in the birth of Jesus, now we are invited to be newly, highly aware of God manifesting God’s self. So let’s begin at the beginning, with Genesis and creation

A Christmas Message from Bishop Robert Wright

Breaking news from the Promised Land, God has answered the world’s greatest needs in the most surprising of ways – through the incarnation, God became flesh as Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem.

Exclamation

Exclamation

The breaking news of Christmas can turn your heart and your home upside down, not by guilt, not by shame, but by an overwhelming, unimaginable, illogical, mind-boggling, impossible amount of good breaking news.

Garland

Garland

Garland can be fashioned into wreaths, but garland can also be fashioned into a crown. So gift your grief to God this Christmas and receive your crown of consolation.