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  • The Law of Christ

    by Evan Garner
  • A Wider Vision

    Video Starter by Nikki Hardeman
  • Proper 9C (2016)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Proper 9C (2016)

    by Scott Hoezee
    From his wonderfully fanciful sketch of Abraham from the book Peculiar Treasures (Harper and Row 1979 p. 4) here is Frederick Buechner: “In spite of everything, Abraham never stopped having faith that God was going to keep his promise about making him the father of a great nation. Night after night it was the dream he rode to sleep on—the glittering cities, the up-to-date armies, the curly-bearded kings. There was a group photograph he had taken not long before he died. It was a bar mitzvah, and they were all there down to the last poor relation. They weren’t a great nation yet by a long shot, but you’d never know it from the way Abraham sits enthroned there in his velvet yarmulke with several great-grandchildren on his lap and soup on his tie. Even through his thick lenses, you can read the look of faith in his eyes, and more than all the kosher meals, the Ethical Cultural Societies, the shaved heads of the women, the achievements of Maimondies, Einstein, Kissinger, it was that look that God loved him for and had chosen him for in the first place. ‘They will all be winners, God willing. Even the losers will be winners. They’ll get their name up in lights,’ say the old man’s eyes. ‘Someday—who knows when?—I’ll be talking about my son, the Light of the world.’”
  • The New Cross

    by John Martens
  • A New Creation Is Everything

    by Paul Neuchterlein
  • You Reap What You Sow

    by Steve Pankey
  • Brand Loyalty

    from Presentation Ministries
  • Restoration

    from Prison Lectionary
  • Proper 9C (2016)

    by Alicia Vargas

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