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Jesus warns us to be ready for his return. What does he mean?
We connect to Jesus through our eyes, our hours and our engagement.
What can you do when you have water in your well, but the pump is not deep enough to draw it up?
What happens when a church has to close its doors?
Habakkuk 1:1-4; 2:1-4
You need to endure so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised.
Honesty and humility are qualities that can guide us in a new direction.
2 Timothy 3:14-4:5
We no longer hear “mubble fubbles” in everyday conversation, and “crinkum-crankum” is certain to give your spell checker fits. But some words will always be useful to us as Christians.
Jeremiah 29:1, 4-7
Should I stay or should I go? Niebuhr, Hauerwas, Willimon, The Clash and an ancient prophet respond.
2 Timothy 1:1-14
The apostle Paul knows he is going to die. What does he have to say to his young colleague before the end arrives?
1 Timothy 6:6-19
Most people want to live comfortably. But how much is enough?
1 Timothy 2:1-7
Jesus Christ can fill the gap between us and God, helping us to reach for God’s outstretched hand.
Should we focus on the lone sheep and ignore the rest of the flock?
Jesus wants all of you and all of everyone who wishes to follow him. Doesn’t that seem like a high price to pay?
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.
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