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Darkness. Isolation. Betrayal. These are but a few of the words that come to my mind when I think about this day on which Jesus was crucified. Which words come to your mind? Read Psalm 22:1-18 slowly. Which image grabs your attention in this passage? Why? How does this psalm move you? The fact that […]

Meander: “to wander aimlessly or casually without urgent destination” When is the last time you used the word meander? More importantly, when is the last time you slowed down and meandered- walked simply for the pleasure of being in God’s creation or drove simply for the pleasure of seeing the city or tarried in your […]

Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! O how amazing to be an eyewitness on that first Easter morning! Our practice today has two parts. First, watch the video below for a guided reflection on Philippians 2:5-11. Then, listen to Andrew Peterson’s Album, Resurrection Letters: Volume 1.These songs paint a beautiful picture of the events […]

Lazarus was dead. For four days no one questioned it. He was wrapped in grave clothes and placed in a tomb. Mourners wept and lamented. Yet Jesus arrives and everything changes. The rules of the world and, more specifically, of death began to lose their power. Jesus enters the scene and opens our eyes to […]

What is the most spectacular thing you have ever seen God do? Take a moment and remember. What emotions overwhelmed you? How did you respond to God? Moses was in such a place in Exodus 15. God had once again intervened on behalf of the Israelites in spectacular fashion. After being led out of Egypt […]

The reality of our new normal has been weighing on me as of late. The rhythm of grocery buying via website, mask wearing when I leave the house, isolation of spending so much time at home, and online connecting with people who I am accustomed to seeing face to face is really starting to bring […]