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The biblical vision of what it means to be truly human is deeply challenging.
The New Testament offers a challenging vision of what it means to be truly human.
I had a visit last week from a police officer from the Special Victims Unit of our local police department.
On Sunday 5 February 2017 in Houston, Texas, starting at 6:30 ET a major sporting event took place.
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.
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.
This coming Sunday in church we will be reading the “Beatitudes” from Matthew 5:1-12. It is a challenging piece of Scripture.
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.
This is what church is for:
Yesterday, I was sent a poem by Anne Porter that caused a chill of recognition in my heart.