Monthly Archives: November 2015

We Hope…

For Holiness of Life.  This is the first Sunday of Advent 2015.  Advent is special in the church, like other seasons, but this is super special.  We’re waiting, alongside Mary and Joseph, for the birth of a child.  Not just … Continue reading

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To Be Continued…

This week we look at the final chapter of Acts, in which Paul preaches and lives and…that’s it.  That’s where we’re left.  But why?  Why not continue with Paul’s story, why leave the ending open?  Read on for more insight… … Continue reading

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God’s Love Language

There were many theme ideas floating around this week:  “Know Your Audience” because Paul has adjusted his language to the people of Athens; “An Unknown God” because of Paul’s hook for the Athenians.  Personally I liked this one, “God’s Love Language”. … Continue reading

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Purple Places

What are “Purple Places”?  It’s a simple question.  Purple is a fantastic color, loved by many and can symbolize many things:  mystery, spirituality, creativity, dignity, royalty, suffering and is also a color of mourning.  As we walk through our story … Continue reading

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