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  • Lent 3C (2019)

    by Amanda Benckhuysen
  • Thirsting for God

    by Bob Cornwall
  • In the Wilderness

    Video Starter by Nikki Hardeman
  • Lent 3C (2016)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Lent 3C (2019)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Sermon Starters (Lent 3C)(2019)

    by Scott Hoezee
    “If we fail to acknowledge truthfully who [our enemies] are and what they are doing, then we cheapen forgiveness and, indeed, may perpetuate or exacerbate the cycle of violence and vengeance. The path of forgiveness cannot be authentic unless there is truthful moral and political judgment. Of course, that means, in the first instance, acknowledging the senses in which all of us have been, and to some extent still are, enemies of God. That is what it means to repent daily, to continue to unlearn the patterns of sin and evil as we seek to become holy people.”
  • Thirst

    Art and Theology by Victoria Jones
  • Lent 3C (Psalm 63)

    by Kate Matthews
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  • Blessing God and God's Blessing

    by Larry Patten
    What does blessing God “as long as I’m alive” mean? I believe it means choice, and echoes Moses’ admonition. As someone who works in hospice, I understand the real consequences of the life and death choices. I understand what it means for a family to grapple with the quality of life versus the quantity of life. Every decision veers between blessing and curse. However, as I read this “as long as you live” snippet from Psalm 63, I don’t view this scripture as speaking to only literal life and death situations.
  • Hide and Seek

    by Sylvia Purdie
  • Lent 3C (2016)

    by Beth Tanner
  • Lent 4C (2019)

    by James Waters
  • Lent 3C (2016)

    by Wesley White

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