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Lamenting the loss of video-game worlds

It is not uncommon for Christian leaders to criticize people who play video games for

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Because of Sin, Work Is Unjust

Scripture Reading: James 5:1-6

Look! The wages you failed to pay the workers who mowed your fields are crying out against you.
James 5:4

James has a sobering message for people who hold positions of leadership in the workplace. On the surface, it might seem as if he is saying that financial success is wrong. But wealth is neither good nor evil; it’s how we gain and use our wealth that counts.

When sin tempts us to make the bottom line our top desire, work becomes only a means to padding our pocketbook. People become either objects for us to use, or obstacles in the way of growing our fortune. Perhaps we underpay our employees to keep more for ourselves. Maybe we deliver a sub-quality product or compromise safety standards to keep more money for ourselves. Some of us may know the inequality of working for a company in which low-level employees are downsized out of work while top-level executives leave the company with a golden parachute.

If you are in a position of leadership at work, know that God’s Word urges us to assess our priorities and structures in the workplace. Are we treating employees fairly? Do we treat those who work for us as people and not merely as cogs in a machine? If you experience injustice in the workplace, be assured that your cries reach the ears of God, and one day God will make things right.

Merciful God, we thank you for hearing the cries of all who are treated unfairly. Help us reflect your justice and mercy in the way we treat people who work for us, and help us endure unfair treatment till you make all things right. Amen.

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Top Posts of 2015

It’s the time of year when we take all of the Church Juice blog posts, line them up and host our annual popularity contest. While we’re proud parents of each article we write, here are the five you liked the most in 2015.


5. Welcoming Visitors During a Church Service

We kick off our 2015 list...


In the Beginning …God (Part2)

For Chamy, Spike and the gang, the science fair day will be a day full of wonder! With a surprise guest, enlightening displays, and a big surprise pop for everyone, the day is not what they expected. But the biggest surprise comes at the end of the episode for Chamy!

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Worship: What It Is and Why We Do It

There's more to worship than showing up at a service once a week. Did you see or hear anything beautiful lately? If so, how did you respond? Maybe you heard a stunning violin solo that brought you to your feet as you applauded enthusiastically and shouted “Bravo!” Maybe you saw a glorious sunset...

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Advent Hope

Sitting around the table, our family was quiet. My oldest son rose with match in hand and leaned in to light a purple candle. With this simple action, Advent began.

“The prophecy candle,” he said. “We have hope.”

In the midst of so much holiday chaos, we sat motionless, together, staring at the tiny flame rising up from our our homemade Advent wreath. Even our youngest did not move. And, in the...

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Church Juice Celebrates Five Years of The Juicys with Five Awards

12.11.2015 Church Juice Celebrates Five Years of The Juicys with Five Awards

Church Juice is celebrating five years of rewarding communications awesomeness with five Juicys Awards.

As a project of ReFrame Media, Church Juice, believes it’s time for churches to be intentional about how they communicate with their community. Whether it’s website development, social media...

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Advent Is a Time to Wait in Expectation

11.19.2015 Advent Is a Time to Wait in Expectation

The Christmas season just gets busier every year. Decorating, shopping, cooking, wrapping, visiting, giving, and receiving often pressure us to create moments that are meant to be perfect. They also overshadow the fact that Jesus Christ is the true focus of Christmas. The busyness can place way...

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