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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.
Long before the creation of social media, Moses gave the people of Israel instructions for how to come together and behave. We need this now more than ever.
2 Corinthians 3:12–4:2
The apostle Paul wants us to pull back a veil so that we may see the transforming power of God.
One of the most central teachings of Jesus is that we ought to love our enemies. How are we doing?
Does it matter if we count our blessings? The wonder of God’s power to bless is that it happens regardless of our circumstances.
1 Corinthians 15:1-11
They were unlikely disciples, every last one of them. And we’re unlikely candidates as well: just ordinary people, hesitant in our faith, wavering in our commitment, oftentimes difficult to live with. Yet these are the ones God calls.
Endangered apple varieties — even the sour ones — are being preserved for the good of all apples. Jesus knew the same thing about people: Every person is unique. Every person is valuable.
Nehemiah 8:1-3, 5-6, 8-10
Just as people everywhere benefit from freedom of the press, people of faith are shaped and strengthened by access to the Word of God.
1 Corinthians 12:1-11
Did Paul work alone? In the Christian community, we are much smarter together — and more effective — than we ever could be on our own.
Someone beside us — or even logged in to an online service with us — may be silently enduring some terrible trouble. How can we help them feel God’s presence at their side?
Pilots, archaeologists, moving companies, farmers, civil engineers, surveyors, mining companies and Navy SEALs all use compasses to travel in the right direction with confidence. What kind of compass can help Christians do the same?
How often do you want to enlist all of nature and everyone in it to join you in praising the Lord, especially when life becomes downright discouraging?
Nearly every parent knows the frustration of buying Christmas gifts that sit unused while the empty boxes become the child’s source of joy. How should we use the gift of salvation that we have received in Jesus?
Luke 1:39-45 (46-55)
“But how would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world?” (Morpheus from “The Matrix”). The song of Mary invites us to escape a world of illusion and see the truth clearly, for the very first time.
Are you a last-minute shopper struggling with what to give people for Christmas? Do you want guaranteed delivery by December 24? Look no further than the New Testament for the best gift suggestions.
We love a good rescue story, and Zechariah has a tale to tell about the rescuer who brought salvation to us.
The cure for Sunday evening anxiety is to trust in the abundance of God, who is working to heal us, help us, provide for us, and save us.
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