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Looking Toward Sunday

24
Jul

Looking Toward Sunday – 7/26/2015

Looking Toward Sunday Every time I hear our scripture for this Sunday, I am transported back to my ten-year-old self choreographing dance routines in my neighbor, Mandy Hawkins’ rec room. […]

18
Jun

Looking Toward Sunday-6/21/15

Looking Toward Sunday This week’s scripture is a familiar one – the story of David and Goliath. Possibly, you learned this story as a child. But have you really, really […]

19
May

Looking Toward Sunday-5/24/15

It has become commonplace for the word “sigh” to pop up in text messages. “My dog chewed the molding during the thunderstorm again . . . Sigh.” “Mary Kate is […]

14
May

Looking Toward Sunday-5/17/15

There was a TV show in the early 80s, called Press Your Luck. Contestants collected spins by answering trivia questions and then spun for prizes. But along with the opportunity […]

30
Apr

Looking Toward Sunday-5/3/15

We are doing one of my very favorite things this Sunday – confirming high school students into full-fledged adult membership, including the baptism of two of our youth. And we […]

25
Feb

Looking Toward Sunday (and Thursday)

Each week during the Crossover worship service, we’ll sing an un-churchy or secular song, which we’ll reclaim as a reminder that God and worship intersect our lives outside of the […]

19
Feb

Looking Toward Sunday

This week marks the beginning of Lent, the 40-day journey to Easter. In our scripture for Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent) God says, “Return to me with all […]

24
Jan

Looking Toward Sunday – January 25, 2015

There is a quote that I love, which is frequently (and likely incorrectly) attributed to St. Francis of Assisi: Preach the gospel at all times, and when necessary use words. […]

18
Jan

Looking Towards Sunday – January 18

In the book, The Fault in our Stars, by John Green (which you should read even if you aren’t 14 years old, anymore), the protagonist, Hazel Grace explains, “I fell in […]

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