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  • God's Promised Spirit

    Podcast with Rolf Jacobson, Craig Koester and Kathryn Schifferdecker
  • Even Now

    by Terrance Klein
  • Ash Wednesday (A)(2020)

    by Evan McClanahan
  • God’s Promised Spirit

    Podcast with Robb McCoy and Eric Fistler
  • Ash Wednesday (A)(2020)

    by Marty Michelson
  • Repentance and Fatigue

    by Gregory Rawn
  • God’s Promised Spirit

    by Casey Thornburgh Sigmon
  • Ash Wednesday (A)(2020)

    by Andrew Smith
    I don’t know if you ever saw the Jim Carey film, “Bruce Almighty,” but it’s a fascinating perspective on how people see God. It’s about a guy who complains about God too often and then meets God and receives God’s power to teach him a lesson that the world is far more complicated than he ever imagined. There’s a scene when Carey’s character starts to hear the prayers of people like a huge crowd that’s chattering away at a distance. Sometimes the noise increases almost to a roar and starts to overwhelm him. God appears and informs Bruce that he’s hearing the sound of people praying. Bruce tries various ways to deal with all the prayers, finally using a computer program that downloads everybody's prayers like email. He tries to go through all the prayers one at a time but finds it an impossible task. Giving up, he hits a key and yells, “Yes to all!” Unfortunately, this means that everybody who was praying to win the lottery wins all at once, so each winner only gets $17 and chaos ensues...
  • I Walk’d the Other Day

    Poem by Henry Vaughan
  • Ash Wednesday (A)(2020)

    by Alphonetta Wines

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