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Rev Danita Anderson Charlotte Ashworth Rev Dave Buerstetta Patricia Del Rosso Rev. Deborah Ficher Rev Jim Galbreath Tim Good Rev. Rich Havard Rick Hultgen Rev. Darneather Murph-Heath WUMC Mission Trip Participants Kevin Read Rev Dick Wisdom
Ever feel like something has been “directed against you?” It doesn’t feel very good, does it?
Are you hungry? For what are you hungry? Breakfast? Lunch? Or something completely different?
How many times have we found ourselves entering a situation, trying something new, going somewhere we have never been before or experiencing something different with your mind made up one way only to experience the opposite?
Maybe we have just gotten our wires crossed about who Jesus really is? Is He just another "good guy" riding a white horse to save the world? Or is He something else?
The Christian Life is not one of just what we say, but what we do.
Turns out, that going home again is not always the panacea one hopes it will be — even for Jesus.
Fred Rogers...."if it's mentionable, it's manageable". How often do we "avoid" conversations about topics that are considered "difficult"?
Grace, power, and healing. How might we allow ourselves to be transformed by the confluence of those three mighty rivers?
The presence of God's spirit makes a difference about how people feel and react within a congregation. How does this happen?
We are going to talk a bit about "Updating Your Status" as a follower of Christ -- you know...that church-stuff!