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Lazarus the First

If Jesus could conquer death for this one man, maybe he could conquer death for us all.

Introduction

When Jesus heard that his friend Lazarus was gravely ill, the first thing he did was nothing.

To be fair: I don’t know exactly what it ...

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Kevin Miller

A Tale of Two Basins

Kevin Miller
Will we choose the basin of service or the basin of power, we can only choose one.

The entire story of Holy Week can be told with two basins. And maybe the entire story of your life, and my life, can be told with two basins.

Here is that ...

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Matt Woodley

Our Very Lives Are at Stake

Matt Woodley
Practicing the embodied spiritual practices of fasting, praying, and giving.

Introduction

Someone is trying to get inside my head. You think I’m crazy? Well, let me tell you this: someone is trying to get into your head, too. ...

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Susan Raedeke

Grieve, Not as the World Grieves

Susan Raedeke
The Bright Sadness of Lent is the hope of once again being close to God.

Introduction

Some years ago, when I first heard the phrase “bright sadness” to describe the season of Lent, I loved the way it sounded, but ...

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Matt Woodley

Christians and Politics

Matt Woodley
Who needs your fierce civility?

Introduction

This past July most of us missed an anniversary celebration. Thirty years ago, our government passed a law that has helped millions of Americans. ...

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