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The Epiphany and the Baptism of Jesus

Jan 04, 2018

Jesus’ baptism at the Jordan River was marked by the descent of the Spirit on and into him, the announcement of his intimate Trinitarian identity — “This is my beloved Son” — and the launch of his public work of...

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Giving at Christmas & A Sabbatical Plan

Dec 14, 2017

One of the most profound things we can do for one another is to model a giving which is healthy, is proportionate to our circumstances, is honest, and demonstrates that we need not be diminished by our giving. In other words, our giving is meant...

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Behold Your God

Nov 29, 2017

Every year the biblical texts assigned for Advent Season remind us to take note of the fact that the world can be a place where terrible, dark things can happen. Advent begins this year acknowledging that we are pressed by current crisis: a...

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The Message of Advent

Nov 22, 2017

“Road rage” has worked its way into our regular vocabulary and experiences. We share stories of the idiotic things people do on the interstates around Atlanta, taking an almost perverse delight in trailing only Los Angeles for the...

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Applying the Ten Commandments Today

Nov 08, 2017

God’s essential character and God’s imperatives for human life in this world were made powerfully real in the Sinai desert about 1300 B.C. Moses received God’s first speech and consensus in the Ten Commandments. They are, of...

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