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Playing with God

Just before I fell asleep last night, I told God that I was looking forward to our visit together the next day. I love to wake up early in the morning, drink coffee, read, and spend quality time in centering … Continue reading

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What are we filling our hearts with? Part 2

Dwelling in God’s word changes things. When we pitch our tent in the word of God and live there for a while, we become saturated with God’s presence. The same Spirit that inspired the words we live with will begin … Continue reading

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What are we filling our hearts with? Part 1

I remember exactly where I was on 9/11… I was serving as adjunct voice professor for Eastern Mennonite University and was in my office waiting on my 9:00 am student to arrive.  When I realized that they were not going … Continue reading

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We can, we will, we are… a sermon about the real meaning of Pentecost, Part 2

Peter continues this “first sermon” by telling the story of Jesus with power and authority. He tells of his crucifixion and his resurrection. And in verse 36 with a new assurance and power he says, “Let all Israel be assured of this; … Continue reading

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