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Long-term website maintenance seems to be an issue for many churches. A lot of work and discussion go into the creation of a site; yet there’s not always a commitment to keep it up-to-date. While fresh content is often a problem, another issue is allocating resources for ongoing maintenance like...Read More at ChurchJuice.com
The return of Superman in Man of Steel means the return of something that’s nearly as invincible: talk of Christ figures.
Never mind that he was created by sons of Jewish immigrants, Superman has surpassed the likes of E.T., Cool Hand Luke, Gandalf and Harry Potter to become the definitive, pop-culture Christ figure. A child sent from another world and raised by parents of this one? Who grows...Read More at Think Christian
When the fullness of no less than Almighty God comes down to earth in human form, you would expect that God would bring so much to this world that you could never exhaust the possible ways of talking about it. The New Testament writers knew that was true of the Son of God who was born Jesus of...Read More at GroundWork
Naaman was an important man, favored by the king, a decorated, successful army commander. But this high and mighty man had a terrible problem—leprosy. Then Naaman heard there was someone who could help, so he desperately sought out this “prophet … in Samaria.”
Imagine the great general’s disappointment as he was greeted by a servant with a message to go wash in the muddy Jordan River. Was this a joke?
Not a joke, but a test. Was Naaman willing to humble himself in order to be cured?
With the help of his wise servants, Naaman submitted to the...Read More at This is Today
Be still and know I am God. Psalm 46:10
Sometimes I wonder what we are missing. In the midst of the hurried world, what is lost in the rush? As we run from place to place, from task to task, from event to event, what have we overlooked, ignored, entirely missed in the gift of this one day?
We live in a busy house. With four kids involved in sports and music, there is always something to...Read More at Family Fire