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Is faith “believing the unbelievable?” Is it choosing to believe in religion or science? Is it accepting a certain set of teachings? Is it even possible in a world where many can’t believe in God when there is still suffering in the world? The writer of Hebrews says, “faith is the assurance of things hoped for; the conviction of things unseen.” The…
 
Life has a way of shaking up our "normal" – and when we get turned around, we can lose sight of God. Thankfully, God never loses sight of us. More than that, He stays close to us when we don't know which way is up. His faithfulness can weather every storm. Today, we explore HOW we can experience the closeness and faithfulness of God when life gets …
 
Matthew 14:14-22 At that time, Jesus saw a great throng; and he had compassion on them, and healed their sick. When it was evening, the disciples came to him and said, "This is a lonely place, and the day is now over; send the crowds away to go into the villages and buy food for themselves." Jesus said, "They need not go away; you give them somethi…
 
Order of Divine Service I, p.136 Lutheran Worship Hymn “Lord, Open Now My Heart to Hear” LW 196, TLH 5 Readings: Jeremiah 23:16-29, Acts 20:27-38, Matthew 7:15-23 Hymn “The Will of God Is Always Good” LW 425, TLH 517 Sermon Communion Hymns: “In God, My Faithful God” LW 421, TLH 526 “Here Is the Tenfold Sure Command” LW 331, TLH 287 “Lord, Keep Us S…
 
In this presentation from the 2021 Unitarian Christian Alliance Conference Kegan Chandler examines the work of “Early High Christology Club” members Dr. Michael Bird, Dr. N.T. Wright, and Dr. Larry Hurtado about what we can say, based on historical evidence, about Jesus’ understanding of himself. Chandler finds their proposals wanting. They are int…
 
The last conversation that we have between Jesus and Peter takes place shortly after the Resurrection. Jesus takes Peter aside and restores him to his calling by reminding him of what it truly means to love Him; it means serving and caring for His people. Our love for Jesus is meant to overflow into how we love and serve others. This is the mark of…
 
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