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This Season of Advent

Posted by Elsie Iudicello on

“The Advent season is a season of waiting, but our whole life is an Advent season, that is, a season of waiting for the last Advent, for the time when there will be a new heaven and a new earth.” ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer There is no opting out of Advent. Whether you acknowledge it or...

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Tags: christmas, advent

Surprised by Grace

Posted by Ben Sparrow on

"For from his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace." —John 1:16 Complete undeserved kindness. Total surprising grace. Not just grace—grace upon grace! This is how God deals with us in Christ. Can you comprehend how God—being all powerful, all knowing...

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Tags: grace

Psalm 23: For the Weary and Sorrowful Soul

Posted by Gwen Ray on

The LORD is my Shepherd, I shall not want. Amidst the weighted darkness and physical pain of sorrow, I am ultimately lacking for nothing because I am in Christ and I have not been abandoned. He makes me lie down in green pastures, He leads me beside still waters. The places where I "do life"...

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Tags: sorrow, rest, restoration, psalm, weary, tired, sad

Convictions that Changed the World

Posted by Robbie Andrassy on

502 years ago, a monk named Martin Luther dug up a timeless truth and in a terrifying era boldly declared it to the world. Luther’s purpose was not to initiate a mass rebellion and protest against the established church of his day, but the Sovereign Lord had a different plan...

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Tags: reformation, martin luther, protestant, docrtrine

Comparison, the Thief of Joy

Posted by Jaci Volmy on

“Those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit. Let us not become conceited, provoking and envying each other.” Galatians 5:24-26 These verses struck my heart. My...

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Tags: joy, flesh, envy, comparison

Set Apart

Posted by Matt Greenberg on

There are many attributes of God. Some of these attributes we share with him—those being his communicable attributes such as love, personality, wisdom, etc. There are some that we don’t share with him—those incommunicable attributes such as...

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Tags: holy, set apart

Grieving with Hope

Posted by Elsie Iudicello on

  In a moment of extreme frustration and hurt, a small child broke down and wailed with his head thrown back and his fists clenched. Another child observed this and said to his teacher, “He is asking ‘why’ with his heart.” This illustrates a universal human...

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Tags: hope, grief, grieving

When the Lord is Quiet

Posted by Meredith Woolwine on

Every teacher knows the importance of “wait-time,” the educational process of a teacher posing a question and waiting for the students’ responses. Often this wait-time can feel uncomfortable—insecurities may slip in the mind of both the teacher and student, and there may...

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Tags: lord, quiet

What is My Purpose in Life?

Posted by Clint Delaplane on

Have you ever thought about your purpose in life? I remember hoping that I was made for some greater purpose but also being frustrated because I had no idea what that greater purpose was. Unfortunately, without a clear sense of higher purpose I felt empty, unimportant, and ultimately like...

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Tags: life, purpose

The Prayer of Prayers

Posted by Jeremy McKeen on

Prayer is difficult. Prayer doesn’t come easy. Thankfully, Jesus knows this, and like any good friend or mentor, Jesus steps in to help. When his disciples were finding prayer hard, Jesus taught them a way to pray that has become known as “The Lord’s Prayer” (not because...

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Tags: prayer

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