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…and the curtain was torn in two

During this Lenten season there have been two thoughts that have woven their way through most of my days.  One of them being, “the curtain of the temple was torn in two.”  The reason, I believe, it has infused itself into

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Son Cycle

Son Cycle Just as the sun sets on the earth, so too did the son of God. Could our attraction to the sunset be related at all to the crucifixion? We stand in wonder at the setting sun, unable to

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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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  • RT @BrianZahnd: “Drinking beer is easy. Trashing your hotel room is easy. But being a Christian, that’s a tough call. That’s the real rebel…- 2 months ago