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  • Words of Grace – What to Do the First Week of Future Grace

    The Future Grace Giving Campaign is here. During this first week, I encourage you to engage in two ways – inform yourself and pray. Future Grace is a giving campaign, and we will take an offering and make a pledge. But more than that, this is a season for spiritual...

  • Words of Grace – Your Weekend Prayers

    I’ve talked to many people who have had a similar experience in prayer – a wandering mind and disengaged heart. And, like me, they gave up after a few minutes and went on to other pressing things. But could it be that we have missed fellowship with Christ and a...

  • Words of Grace – Seeing God in Suffering

    “I had heard of you by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees you.” Job 42:5 From the start of Job’s suffering, he and his friends engaged in long discussions about its causes and remedies. They debated what they believed were the fundamental principles that govern the...

  • Words of Grace – There Is A Redeemer

    Most famous quotes have survived without their context. But context is what makes the quote worth remembering. A famous line in the Bible and in the Christian faith is, “I know that my Redeemer lives, and at the last he will stand upon the earth. And after my skin has...

  • Words of Grace - Friendship Survives on Forgiveness

    The suffering of Job is well documented in the first two chapters of the book of Job. There are two rounds of suffering that include the loss of his children, possessions, and health. It is a devastating loss that would have killed some people. Job survives, but wishes he didn’t....

  • Words of Grace – To Live Another Day

    The hard reality is that we can come to a place in life where we wonder if it’s worth living another day. People get to this place for many reasons. Some people romanticize death. They think that somehow in death they will enjoy attention or revenge, not processing the finality...