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When is Easter Over?

There is not a minute by minute account of what Jesus did after the crucifixion and His resurrection. Sometimes when I try to think through one gospel or another, I become very literal, and I start to wonder “what could Jesus’ resurrection life look like if they were all combined?”...

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Christmas Music for Easter?

As we anticipate Easter Sunday, we reflect on what is to come! That is, God revealing the restoration through God’s interaction with humanity which takes place in the work and person of Jesus Christ.     On this week, I love to listen to one of my favorite works, Handel’s Messiah. The melodic line Handel...

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Through Jesus’ Eyes

 As I sit and contemplate the coming of Easter and many other events in the life of our Church, I refer to 2 Corinthians 5:16-21. In this passage Paul is urging the community in Corinth to expand their vision and to see that everything has become new. Even though it...

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Marking Anniversaries

Anniversaries of special events encompass our lives.  Russ and I were married August 18, 1984, Ethan came along August 28, 1989, Eric May 15, 1992 and our first grandchild, Sebastian, February 6, 2018.  Russ will be 67 in August (gasp!) and I will be….never mind what I will be. I am weird...

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Lent, Not Lint

Lent, not to be confused with lint, is an important time for Christians as we prepare once again to celebrate the central piece of our faith – the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  Each year, starting with Ash Wednesday, we begin this forty day journey toward Holy Week. In the...

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