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Lost and Found

Anxiety, rejection, loneliness. Grief, confusion, aimlessness. Have you ever experienced the uncertainty of feeling lost? To be lost is to be unable to find your way – to feel insecure and disoriented without certainty of recovery.

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Replacing Sin

Returning home from shopping, I uttered the words that my son desperately dreaded hearing, “Please try on these clothes to see if they’ll fit.” After several attempts to thwart the option of obedience, he gave in begrudgingly and walked with drooped shoulders to his room. Two minutes later he reappeared looking a little bit like…

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Kingdom Growth

Have you ever felt concerned at the hypocrisy in the church? How do we process the failure to live as we ought, with the charge to live as He taught? Matthew 13 gives us some clues in its description of the Kingdom of Heaven. Here, the Kingdom of Heaven is compared to a small mustard…

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Standing Firm When Feeling Feeble

Have you ever felt uncertain when faced with a life challenge? Too big. Too painful. Impossible. Moses may have felt like this. At God’s command, he led God’s people out of Egyptian slavery only to stare into the looming face of death anyway. Wasn’t slavery better than death? The Israelite multitude mocked and panicked beside…

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The Suffering Rejoice

Rejoice in suffering. It’s the kind of message that can rouse anger when we sit alone in cold, painful places. Paul wrote Philippians from this place with compassionate boldness. He was repeatedly near death (2 Cor 11:25), endured the confusion of thwarted calling (Acts 16:6), bore betrayal within God’s family (Phil 1:15-18; Phil 1:15-18), and…

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Together Forever

Ever notice the rhythmic unison displayed by a school of fish? There’s no other viable alternative than to swim individually, while together. A biblical design of identity is both individual and corporate. If I want to know you, I must know who you’re with. The beauty of our corporate identity builds across Scripture and culminates…

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