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What does it mean to travel in a different direction than originally planned?
"Go Ask Your Mother" delves into the woman in Jesus' family.
This Christmas Eve Pastor Danita addresses Christmas and Jesus and how it is all not just about a baby.
Joseph has a dream — and it changes everything. For him. For Mary. For Jesus. For us?
Maybe if we change our "tune" we might recognize a little of God's possibilities in and around us.
During the season of Advent, we are reminded of God's promises and the ultimate promise...that of Jesus. How might we respond to those promises made and kept with God?
We must live in the world as it is even as we seek to partner with God to create the world as it is meant to be.
Matthew encourages us to focus on what matters more that our physical comforts and desires, and to look at what makes a difference - loving God and others.
While her son, Samuel, is more well known, this week we spend significant time getting (re)acquainted with Hannah. Hers is, in many ways, a familiar tale. You may well recognize a story trope or three in there. Perhaps most interesting, however, is how Hannah responds to all that befalls her.
A Generous Perspective, will focus on the passage in the Gospel according to Mark that lifts up the sacrificial giving of the widow.