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The biblical vision of what it means to be truly human is deeply challenging.

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The New Testament offers a challenging vision of what it means to be truly human.

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I had a visit last week from a police officer from the Special Victims Unit of our local police department.

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On Sunday 5 February 2017 in Houston, Texas, starting at 6:30 ET a major sporting event took place.

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In response to Ken Wilber’s recent essay “Trump and a Post-Truth World: An Evolutionary Self-Correction”, there has been quite a bit of comment flying around the internet.

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In the “Sermon On The Mount” is Jesus’ vision for the Christian life. This is what it looks like to live truly and deeply the life to which Jesus calls us.

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This coming Sunday in church we will be reading the “Beatitudes” from Matthew 5:1-12. It is a challenging piece of Scripture.

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On this day in which a new president of the United States is installed I make my plea to whomever may stumble across these words in this small space.

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This is what church is for:

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Yesterday, I was sent a poem by Anne Porter that caused a chill of recognition in my heart.

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