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Catching People

Catching People

We who have been called to believe are called to share that belief. The call and the ability to accomplish the call come together.

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Loving in the Truth

Loving in the Truth

Jesus tells us that life is not primarily about protecting ourselves from hurt, but risking to love in the truth.

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Bridges

Bridges

“Bridges” discusses the importance of repairing all that is broken in our world. Christians are called to cooperate with all people of good will to build a better society.

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We Are the Body of Christ

We Are the Body of Christ

It is not new to say that we need others. But it is new to say that we need every other.

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Waiting for the Final Gift

Waiting for the Final Gift

Sometimes it is only when we receive the final gift that it becomes clear what our earlier hoping was about.

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The Missing Magi

The Missing Magi

The longer that we live, the more likely it is that something we value will go missing.

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A Glorious Ending!

A Glorious Ending!

God is not idle. God is active. God is working to direct our lives and our world to a blessed conclusion.

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Salt

Salt

With so many needs around us how can we make a difference? This video suggests that those who would serve should find value in the small gesture.

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A Gift Only God Can Give

A Gift Only God Can Give

We do not have faith because we are smarter or better than other people. We are simply the people that God has chosen to receive the gift of believing.

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A Hint

A Hint

Why do people believe in a God who guides their lives? People believe because when they examine their own experience they find indications, hints if you will, that there is a power in this world other than chance.

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Looking for Miracles

Looking for Miracles

Some miracles are constantly present. They are the ones that are easy to overlook.

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Heartbreak

Heartbreak

What can we do when pain and loss enter our lives? Although we cannot explain evil, we can negotiate its presence though acceptance and “throwing together.”