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Jesus gives us a clue how to face the truth about our behavior and repair the cracked cisterns in our lives.
Whenever we need to be delivered, rescued or saved, God is our solid rock and fortress.
Cloud computing can be difficult to understand, but there’s another cloud that’s equally invisible, more mysterious and even harder to wrap our minds around.
Isaiah 1:1, 10-20
People love to wash things. We wash our clothes, our hands, the dishes and our cars. We’ll even power-spray the deck. But when are we truly clean?
Speculating in cryptocurrency runs into the trillions of dollars every year. But would you risk your assets on something that begins with “crypto”?
Colossians 2:6-15, 16-19
Christians grow when they are rooted in Christ and connected through an ecosystem of communication, nourishment and sacrifice.
Words can wound. They can also heal. Often, the difference is whether our words are just.
Decisions about the church today should be made with an eye toward people’s needs tomorrow.
2 Kings 5:1-14
We don’t like it when things break. This is especially true when what breaks is virtually impossible to fix!
Jesus calls his followers to look towards a new way of life. But sometimes it’s hard to predict what it looks like with any accuracy.
Psalms 42 and 43
Faith is often believing without seeing, and occasionally believing without feeling.
They were first known as embedded menus during the infancy of the computer age. Like keys to a door that leads to other doors, they became known as hyperlinks on the internet. And with a little imagination, we can find them in today’s reading.
A new energy source was discovered on the day of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit entered a house full of followers of Jesus.
Revelation 22:12-14, 16-17, 20-21
Would it surprise you to learn that God also has a loyalty program? Better read the fine print!
Paul’s voyage reminds us that everyone is purebred in the eyes of God.
You’d think it would be hard to say “No” to God, and yet Peter did it three times! What’s happening?
The doctrine of the Communion of Saints reminds us of the good news that we have support facing the challenges of life, often in ways we’re not aware of.
Can we leave everything behind when Jesus says, “follow me”?
Most of us are happy just to have a theory about where the second sock goes after disappearing in the wash. But could a theory explain everything?
Just as April 17, 1972, was a turning point for female marathon runners, Easter morning was a moment of truth for the followers of Jesus.
Some congregations, alas, are so contentious and full of strife and bickering that a pastor is lucky to escape. But the Philippian church was not like this! So why is Pastor Paul so concerned?
Although Lent may seem to some to be a season of restrictions and limitations, in fact it provides us multiple opportunities for a fresh start. Every day is a new day with God.
2 Corinthians 5:16-21
For social climbers, an ambassador’s appointment is a coveted political plum. But, in fact, there are a lot more ambassadors out there than many people realize.
We usually put too much emphasis on our current selves. Jesus’ ministry reminds us that we should align ourselves with God’s future — and put our future selves in charge.
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