Monthly Archives: October 2015

Who Knows?

This week we’re celebrating All Saints Day, the remembrance of those who have passed in the last year, as well as our theme “Who Knows?”.  The two together could raise many questions about life and death and everything in between.  … Continue reading

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Bent, not Broken: Reformation Sunday!

This week we celebrate Reformation Sunday, the birth of the protestant beliefs, and our Lutheran heritage!  For those of you who may not know the history here’s a brief synopsis starring (lego) Martian Luther:  Lego Reformation Our devotional this week looks at … Continue reading

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Journey to Jesus: A Chosen Instrument

This week we look at the story of Saul’s conversion and re-examine our own.  Finding our faith within a group, within our church and our own personal stories can connect to the conversion of Saul, curious how?  Read on! Scripture: Acts … Continue reading

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Listening to God

This week we hear the story of Phillip following the guidance of God to launch a man’s conversion.  Phillip does not hesitate in his given task, but runs to do the Spirit’s bidding.  Is listening to God any harder today?  And why is … Continue reading

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Fools Rush In: Healthy Diversity and Overcoming Division

This week we’re talking about how the leadership of the early Christian church dealt with the division of labor and division within themselves.  How can that help us today?  Do we have the same sorts of issues? Scripture: Acts 6:1-7 … Continue reading

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