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Alone

Alone Blog

"Spending time with the Father, as Christ did, can set the focus back on him. It reminds me that even through I neglect God in my day to day life, He has never turned away from me. I am so grateful that He remains steadfast in my life and continues to watch over me even when I stray away. He brings us back to the cross and reminds us of the love he has for us."...

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2018 Christmas Offering and Impossible Prayer Requests

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2018 Christmas Offering and Impossible Prayers December is fast approaching, and with it comes Advent and Christmas. As part of our liturgy (remember this term isn't just about church, but about all our worship. A liturgy is a practice that organizes our worship or points us towards what we give worth to, it's like an arrow that points at a b...

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Every Syllable

every syllable

“How long this world will suffer, how long I will suffer… Do you hear my cries? Do you know the brokenness?”...

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Crying Out to a God Who Cares

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Turns out, I may be pretty good at structuring a prayer, and asking for spiritual-sounding things, but this weekend God reminded me that I’ve also been pretty good at missing the point of prayer....

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Creating Liturgy

Creating Liturgy

Looking at Daniel's prayer in chapter 9 makes me realize how much I long to make prayer into a liturgy in my life. ...

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Captain of My Soul

Captain Of MY Soul

How silly to think that large statutes and grand works will last beyond a lifetime! And yet, as Pastor Justin reminds us, we must see ourselves in Nebuchadnezzar’s quest for transcendence, for meaning, for a legacy. ...

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An Oasis of Justice

If we get nothing else from Amos, we should get some holy discomfort....

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Lament as Worship: A Prayer Over Our Hurting Nation

Lament is to be a regular rhythm of our worship. Lament awakens us to the realities of our world and the disorientations of our life. This past week has seen violence and revenge along racial lines. It won't be done away with by a quick prayer. Lamenting helps us to remember and repent and cry out to the only One that can help. ...

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