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Reflections

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    Friends of God

    Where the world looks to judge and control; God’s friends look at what has been created.

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    Look for the Miracle 2: Tabitha

    How do you explain the miracles that happen in the Bible? … and those that don’t? It is truly a miraculous moment when Tabitha rises up from her death bed and Peter presents her to the those who, moments before, mourned her dying.

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    Delight in the Lord

    When you’ve been given an opportunity to do a new thing, take a moment to reflect on how God has fashioned you for this moment at this time.

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    Look for the Miracle 1

    It was a day like no other for a man who was like no other.  Paul was fully committed to destroying a new religion that was rising out of the ashes of a crucified man.  On this day, Paul and his men traveled the road to Damascus preparing to root out those who would extinguish his faith.  He meant to bring them to justice. 

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    Lenten Series Conclusion

    Elder Renee brings us the conclusion for the Great Exchange Lenten Series, given on Good Friday.

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    He is Risen!

    Easter is a time for us Christians to arise and announce the good news that death is not the end but, with Christ, we live now and forever.

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    Centering

    Get out and about.  Start connecting.  But keep up your practice of prayer and meditation.  Let your connection with the Eternal One motivate all else. 

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    Have You Been Spiritually Robbed?

    As we continue our Lenten Series, we look at how the season of Lent can deepen our relationship with God.

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    March ON

    And, so, the great exchange.  When you find yourself in sorrow or shame; in sickness or pain; when you feel the pain of a stranger whose face is on the news; when you worry about coming storms or anticipate loss; acknowledge what it is you feel. 

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    Teleos

    There is a whole lot to becoming a “complete” follower of Jesus.  It has nothing to do with show.  But it also has nothing to do with being perfect for, as we know, Jesus’ disciples never would meet that standard.