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4 Holy Acts During Worship

Why does what we say and do in a worship service matter? Is it about more than just personal choice? In a previous post, Donald Richmond introduced four holy words of worship. Now, he discusses four holy actions of worship that inform our theology.

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Why I Think I’m Better Than You, and Why It Must Become Just the Opposite

It means laying aside every distinction we have “earned” or added to our resumes in order to become just like everyone else. Am I speaking of some kind of chosen mediocrity? No! I am speaking of authentic humility, which is a proper estimation of ourselves as men and women who stand before God with nothing in our hands.

From: J. D. Walt

Marriage, Human Sexuality, and the Body: The Meaning of our Original Nakedness (Part IV)

I am using as the basis for these homilies the wonderful theological work done by the late Pope, John Paul II which he delivered in his weekly homilies between 1979-1984 which remains, in my estimation one of the most comprehensive theological explorations of a theology of the body, marriage and human sexuality I have read.

From: Timothy Tennent

Chutes and Ladders: When Bad Things Happen to Good People

What about when I am a good person, do all the right things, serve God with all my heart...and things don't turn out the way they are supposed to turn out? Ben Arnold shares what he learned about bad things happening to good people from a game of chutes and ladders.

From: Soul Care Collective

Inclusive Worship

If the ultimate scenario is every nation, tribe, people, and language united in worship (Rev.7: 9; Heb.12: 22), then what does it mean for the church to live into that heavenly reality in the here and now?

From: Worship Design Collective

Daily Text

Each day offers a short Bible text and a small bit of what we call “devotional commentary,” both of which aim to keep our community on a common journey. Come here daily for readings that will stir you on to prayer and reflection.

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