I want to be
Different (by Micah Tyler)
Back when I was a child
attending Sunday School, our teacher showed us a picture of the narrow path and
the broad way. Interestingly, I would have chosen the narrow path up the
mountain. The adventurous and wild little path seemed so much more interesting
than the broad way where people were dressed up and seemed to be strolling about
in a boring fashion....
May 10, 2020
A Case for Tolerance
Mother's Day Resources
Note how Jesus counters
the disciples’ Us vs. Them language. The disciples said: we stopped him cause he
was not one of us. There it is, the us vs. them concept that is the cause for
racism, sexism, heterosexism, unhealthy nationalism and racial / ethnic
supremacy attitudes. If we could only stop that language, if we could only stop
seeing the world in terms of “us vs. them,” we would actually have a chance to
May 17, 2020
The Less You
Want, The Richer You Are:
Hebrews 13:5-6, Matthew 6:19-21
Why is excessive living or “consumerism” so bad? Well, it means that relatively
few people in this world are taking more than they need and waste the excess.
Have you ever seen someone in line at the buffet in the cafeteria and put so
much food on their plate that they couldn’t eat it and then threw the excess in
the trash? What a waste of perfectly good food in the face of world hunger.
Consumerism Destroys the Environment...
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"You Say" by Lauren Daigle
(Lyric Slides are in the PPT)
There is a saying that goes like
this: “Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you
are!” and “a person is known by the company they keep!”...
31, 2020 Pentecost
of God" Worship Service
Video: Breath of God
Preview on Youtube:
Breath of God
the original Pentecost event something extraordinary was reported to
have happened to the disciples of Christ. Something changed them
from the inside out and there were even descriptions of a physical
manifestation such as tongues of fire and a miracle of language...