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How do we embody our faith in Jesus so that we live in a way that could keep on living, abundantly, eternally?
What do we do with such uncomfortable readings? Skip them? Ignore them? Engage them?
We work toward unity in all of its diversity or the reminder of who Jesus Christ is and why we should follow Him.
We are different parts of the same body. We welcome the diversity!!!!
Let's take a quick mash-up course in mathematics as we discover the breadth and length and height and depth of the love of Christ in our lives and the world.
Peace is more than just the absence of conflict. Each of us, in our own unique way fits into God's bigger picture for the beloved community. How we fit is sometimes not as clear.
As children of God, we are different in many ways, but with the same purpose and goal. The sooner we understand and accept that, the closer we will be to reflecting the beloved community God intended.
Anniversaries can be an excellent opportunity to celebrate successes & obstacles overcome or a time to assess where we are & where we want to be or a time to mourn our losses. Perhaps the national anniversary we celebrate this Sunday is no different?
If we have learned anything this past week in our community is that "stuff doesn't matter" PEOPLE DO!!
Are you ready to face the world again or do you want to hide in a ditch where it may be uncomfortable?