Category Archives: evangelization

Understanding

I have a family member who is not a big fan of religion or even God for that matter. Discussions about faith are always treacherous and any reasonable facts or concepts are not going to get through. Needless to say, … Continue reading

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Who’s praying for you?

Every once in a while I stop in a prayer and really think about what I’m saying. You know what I mean – that moment when you really hear what your saying or suddenly see it from a different perspective. … Continue reading

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Enough

How often do we feel like we don’t have enough? Jesus asks so much of us and we have very little to give? I don’t have the right degree, the confidence, the skills, the ______________ (fill in whatever else you … Continue reading

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Church Signs

  Gotta love these! https://www.littlethings.com/funny-church-signs/ What clever church signs have you seen?

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A Taste of Heaven

“About death I go through different moods, but the times when I can desire it are never, I think, those when this world seems harshest. On the contrary, it is just when there seems to be the most of Heaven … Continue reading

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Speaking our Language

  This week, Paul travels to Ephesus, baptizes a group of 12 men in the name of the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit shows up much as it did for Pentecost. Each one of the men starts speaking in … Continue reading

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Crazy like a fox

In this sixth week of Easter, we find Paul and another disciple beaten and in prison once again. At this point, the man has to be an incredible mess of scars, broken bones, and painful wounds. Yet, he sits in … Continue reading

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Charting a New Course

  Isn’t it incredible how drastically God can change a person? In the readings this week, it is clear that Paul has completely turned his life around. First, Paul and Barnabas, who are traveling together, heal a crippled man. The … Continue reading

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Love One Another

  If you knew you had only hours to live, what would you tell the ones who would be left behind? What if you knew that your death would shake them to their core? What words would ever be enough? … Continue reading

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Hidden Blessings

Last week, Paul was told that he would be the one to preach to the Gentiles. This was new for the group, even though Jesus had hinted at it several times during His ministry. Jesus was considered the Jewish Messiah, … Continue reading

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