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Grace-grit

Grace-grit

God intervenes through grace. Our response to grace is thanksgiving. It’s a call and response, a cause and effect.

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Choose

Choose

For Jesus, relieving human suffering was worship! For Jesus, religious and political structures exist to affirm human dignity and deliver mercy.

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Freedom-House

Freedom-House

The church ought to be a freedom-house. The best measure of that isn’t how high the steeple is or how deep the endowment runs, but how many people here are being made free.

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Power-House

Power-House

What is the church? The answer is right there in the story of Pentecost! God intends for the church- the people and where we gather- to be a Power-House!

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Freedom

Freedom

Spirituality is a complex of practices and values concerned with the divine urge for our freedom. Spirituality is about being set free.

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Led

Led

The Spirit arranges a meeting between Philip, a follower of Jesus, and an Ethiopian. Philip hears him reading a passage from the prophet Isaiah and wonders if he understands.

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Offer

Offer

The Spirit arranges a meeting between Philip, a follower of Jesus, and an Ethiopian. Philip hears him reading a passage from the prophet Isaiah and wonders if he understands.

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Revives

Revives

“God revives my soul…,” says the psalmist. Meaning, relationship to God through worship, study, prayer, fellowship, service and awe will animate and enliven us.

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Look, Touch, Lunch

Look, Touch, Lunch

Jesus said, “Peace be with you,” to his friends after the Resurrection. Their response was terror as if seeing a ghost, doubt and joy. Then Jesus creates peace he commends with three simple moves: look, touch and what’s for lunch?

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