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Resurrection for the Now

Resurrection for the Now

The gospel of John relays the story of Lazarus’ resurrection by Jesus from the dead.  Most people have heard this story, at least in part.  What always fascinates me about the story of Lazarus is the discussion between Jesus and Martha. Martha tells Jesus that if he...
Satisfaction

Satisfaction

“Satisfy us in the morning with your unfailing love, that we may sing for joy and be glad all our days.”    (Ps 90:14)   During the season of Lent, Hope is participating together in reading through Psalm 90 and exploring the themes that rise out of this psalm –...
A God Who Sings

A God Who Sings

Some people smile really big.  Others dance.  Still others seem to float across the room.  And in others we can just see it in their eyes.  I’m talking about joy – when our hearts are content and full.  How do you react to the feeling of overflowing joy? So much is...
When You Are Thirsty

When You Are Thirsty

You know the feeling of being thirsty. Perhaps you know the feeling of being really thirsty. The sight of something to drink is such a relief! Have you ever felt thirsty in life? Thirsty for purpose or meaning? Thirsty for a connection to something greater than...
The Church is not a Building

The Church is not a Building

Most people immediately associate a church with a building.  We pass them as we drive and their construction is distinct.  People talk about “going” to church.  But a building is not a church.  It can be a place where the church meets from time to time – but it isn’t...
Where is Mission Needed?

Where is Mission Needed?

Over the last 100+ years, the forward move of the gospel to the ends of the earth has been prolific – reaching into the far corners of our world and touching some of the darkest places.  The gospel has penetrated tribal villages in Africa and South America.  It has...