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On January 2nd of this year, I did something that I’ve always done, which was to cross the border and
Although the uniquely named “SoulFood” group at the Park has attracted a diversity of participants for years, Jensene and I
Living a life with and for God is one that calls us to love more than just ourselves. It calls us to love our “neighbor” in the very broadest terms.
This week, thanks to the spirit, we are offered guidance through scripture on how to handle the negative feedback we may receive when doing the work of God.
Luke 9:51-62 speaks of some of the travelers that Jesus met in his life and the way he encouraged them to continue forward in search of justice and community
Friends, no matter what you have heard, or maybe even been told, you are a beloved child of God.
Each Pride I experience God’s creative and expansive love in a tangible form by greeting the dawn and giving thanks for a world that calls us to see God as all things instead of one thing.
If we remember to listen to where God is calling us rather than just telling God where we want to go, anything is possible.
What a gift the church is to us! And what is the church? It is you!
Like the sun, God is doing work in plain sight, showing you the glory of God’s creation.
When God seems most distant, it’s not God who has lost touch with the world, but ... we have distanced ourselves from feeling, seeing, hearing, experiencing God in the world, and that’s on us to change.
May we look and listen, and when we miss it, remember we have a community to help us hear and see the God right in front of us.