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Salvation as a Beginning not Just an End

  Several years ago our family experienced two different graduations. The first was my daughter’s graduation from preschool. Each spring the school held a commencement for the kids leaving preschool to start Kindergarten. The children wore robes and caps. They were even presented with a diploma. The second ceremony was my graduation from the Doctor […]

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286 on a Prayer List

I’m currently facilitating a TMT group with six friends. Recently, we’ve been practicing intercessory prayer together. We believe praying for others is a key way to grow in love for others. One of our group members privately shared with me that he’s praying for 286 people. By name. Every day. He’s involved in education and […]

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Ten Minute Transformation: Ten Minutes of Lectio Divina That Can Revolutionize Your Life (Matt. 5) September 8, 2013 – Sunday Morning Message

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series 10 Minute Transformation

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series 10 Minute Transformation N. T. Wright (After You Believe) tells of his friend James. James had recently come to believe that Jesus was more than just a man. James came to believe that Jesus was God’s son and that he had died on the cross […]

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Finding the Presence & Purpose of God on the Way

  I recently spent some time walking a Christian labyrinth. Christian labyrinths came about because not every Christian could make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Thus labyrinths were developed as a way of creating a mini-pilgrimage by which a Christian could journey with God. This idea of life as a journey is an ancient […]

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