Tag Archives: Christ

Lent: Sowing Seeds

“Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.” – John 12:24 Metaphor’s are pliable by nature, and the Church Calendar … Continue reading

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The Forgiveness of Sins: The art of Going Forward

What does it mean to be forgiven our sins? Growing up it was always about wiping away the slate – sort of erasing from the black board all the embarrassing things we’d written there before anyone say. It’s good, but … Continue reading

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Following God – Delight, Thanksgiving, and Peace

Following the footsteps of Christ is the greatest place for a human being to flourish. Christ is the center of enjoyment, of true delight and peace. Most of us inside and outside the Christian faith see Christianity as vacillating between … Continue reading

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Grace as a Handshake

Grace is an invitation to a relationship. The founder of methodism John Wesley described grace in three parts prevenient, justifying, and sanctifying. The good ole handshake really puts that into a perspective that I like. Imagine our experience of grace … Continue reading

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