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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
When things get tough- and they will- or when unexpected joy greets you – and it will – remember that this is God at work, concluding and beginning new seasons in our lives and the life of the church.
What is coming up in your life that you need to prepare for and what do you need to do to get ready?
When we do our work with God, we can listen deeply to what God is calling us to do, we will know when we need to keep moving and when we need to tend to our spirit.
Friends, this week think about the abundance of your life. How does it drive you to be? To give? To explore?
Friends, today turn to God and just ask. Ask for what you need. Ask for guidance or clarity. Ask for the continuation of the good things in your life. No matter what it is, don’t forget to just ask God.
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.