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Naming Our Forgiveness
We sin; God forgives. We sin more; God forgives more. As much as any of us sin, God forgives, continually.
Up the mountain…and back down again
I am inviting you to trust that God is with us as we leave behind the mountaintop that God remains with us, works alongside us, as we walk the valley floor.
Learning the whole story
Sometimes you have to know the ending to make sense of the beginning of the story.
Things passing away
There is no control; there is only listening for the voice of God.
How much righteousness is enough?
Love is more than a notion
Where is God? God is in the middle of it all – whether we can see it…or not.
Just one thing
The Gospel is NOT a bunch of things to do. The Gospel says ONE thing: everything belongs to God.
The messiness of the real world
It’s God’s church, but it’s full of people. Wonderful, loving, broken, imperfect, gloriously forgiven people.
Who goes first?
“Do nothing from selfish ambition.” Come on; this is the real world! Can you imagine living that way?