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This Awkward Family
The church isn’t a building. It’s the people in it. And if we’re being honest, some of them are . . . weird. But according to Jesus, they are your surrogate siblings. Welcome to your awkward family.
An Awkward Beginning
The cross was an embarrassing way to begin a kingdom. Whatever it means to be a Christian, it has more to do with sacrifice than gain, more to do with submission than autonomy, more to do with being culturally strange than cool.
A Day at the Lake
A professional fisherman has his best day ever on the lake. A world record haul. Then walks away and never again fishes for a living. What would make someone do a thing like that?
What If?
Historians are fond of counterfactual questions: What if the Japanese had not attacked Pearl Harbor? What if Lincoln had skipped the play that fateful night? Asking “What if” doesn’t change the facts, but it can change your perspective. So what if we ask some “What if” questions about Jesus?
The Gift of Christmas
What would you give you if you were God? An old man’s prayer and an angel’s announcement contain some excellent gift suggestions.
Children's Christmas Program + Missing the Point
When Katherine Wright, sister of Orville and Wilbur, showed the editor of the local newspaper a telegram from her brothers announcing their successful first flight, his response was: “Oh, how nice. The boys will be home for Christmas.” The world as he knew it was on the eve of dramatic change and he totally missed it. Kind of makes you wonder what we’re missing.
Out of Egypt

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