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Praying Doxologies: Ephesians 3:20-21

Mighty Father, God over all, One who surpasses: your works are eternally expansive, knowing no bounds. Your provision is magnified by the work of your Sprit in and through our lives, beyond the walls of our church buildings and brought

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Praying Doxologies: Jude 24-25

Lord God, Father: to you, who keeps us on the straight path–and brings back those who wander–you alone restore all relationships to yourself and all of creation. You are a long-suffering God who patiently endures and loves us so deeply

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The Invitation is Open

There is affliction In God’s good creation We are cracked and broken But the invitation is open Our Father desires all His children To come to Him for release of our burdens Jesus, The Living Word, is our key “I

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Discerning the Call

God is pulling at my heart There is no act that can thwart this art The longing and pure desperation The desire to spread The Word to all nations The restlessness and unease Oh Lord, you are whom I’m to

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Through the Eyes of Mary

This is more of a spoken word, or performance piece that I wrote a few years back while studying the variations of the Stations of the Cross. I got to Mary, the mother of Jesus, and stopped what I was

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Posted in Lent

Lift the Cross High!

  About two months ago our Pastor of Worship Arts challenged our congregation to be more intentional in our physical expression of worship. He used a certain song, simple, yet profound, to instigate this change; the song is entitled “White Flag.”

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