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Crack me open. Plant Me. Use Me. Grow Me.

Crack me open. Plant Me. Use Me. Grow Me.

Crack me open. Plant Me. Use Me. Grow Me. “Listen carefully: Unless a grain of wheat is buried in the ground, dead to the world, it is never any more than a grain of wheat. But if it is buried, it sprouts and reproduces itself many times over. In the same way, anyone...
FAST FROM ACCUMULATING AND PRACTICE CONTENTMENT

FAST FROM ACCUMULATING AND PRACTICE CONTENTMENT

FAST FROM ACCUMULATING AND PRACTICE CONTENTMENT Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have. Hebrews 13:5 I saw a cartoon this week that featured an old man standing with his son in front of an open garage door.  The garage was piled...
Compassion, Pity, Mercy

Compassion, Pity, Mercy

Compassion, Pity, Mercy So during Lent we practice three spiritual disciplines; prayer, fasting and almsgiving.  Curious about and struggling to relate to the word “alms”, I did a little research. The word alms comes from the Greek word eleemosyne, which means...
I Went Hiking With Jesus and Oh, My….

I Went Hiking With Jesus and Oh, My….

I Went Hiking With Jesus and Oh, My…. Let’s go on a hike… During Lent we are called to grow closer to God through fasting, almsgiving and prayer.  Of course, there are many, many ways that we can pray, that we can commune with God. One of those ways...
Desiring What God Desires for Me

Desiring What God Desires for Me

Desiring What God Desires for Me Our first week of Lent has begun.  For many of us this journey toward spiritual growth may have started with the tradition of having a cross of ashes placed on your forehead and hearing the words “Repent and believe in the gospel”. ...
Preparing for Lent

Preparing for Lent

Preparing for Lent It is my hope today that I can get you excited about one of my favorite times of year.  The word “Lent” comes from the old English “lencten”, which means “spring”.   And  who doesn’t like spring?  What does spring bring to mind?  Change!...