BlogDeep Thoughts with MattLent 2021

Good Friday

On this Good Friday, we reflect on the pain and suffering that touches each of our lives at some point. Be it sickness, loss, or tragedy, these periodic reminders that we live in a broken world are part of our shared human experience. In these…
Matt Carder
April 2, 2021
BlogLent 2021

Stations of the Cross

The first time I participated in Stations of the Cross, I had no idea what to expect. It was sometime around 2006 (I think) and I wanted to find somewhere to worship on Good Friday. Our home church was not offering a service, but I…
Jennifer Stanley
April 1, 2021
BlogLent 2021

On the First Day of the Week

Each Tuesday and Wednesday during Lent, we will share -section by section- the Easter story as recorded in the book of Luke. As you read, we suggest that you follow an abbreviated form of Lectio Divina. Lectio Divina means "sacred reading" and is an approach…
Jeremy Neckers
March 31, 2021
BlogLent 2021

A Tomb Cut in the Rock

Each Tuesday and Wednesday during Lent, we will share -section by section- the Easter story as recorded in the book of Luke. As you read, we suggest that you follow an abbreviated form of Lectio Divina. Lectio Divina means "sacred reading" and is an approach…
Jeremy Neckers
March 30, 2021
BlogLent 2021

New Rhythms

I sit on the porch and I wait. I know God can meet me here. He has before. Which is actually to say that the porch is where I can usually quiet my mind and spirit long enough to hear His voice or, at least,…
Debbie Fuller
March 26, 2021
BlogLent 2021

Call Me That I May See You

For today's blog, I offer a prayer of St. Augustine. Make this your prayer today as you remember Jesus's promise. "Come to me all who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." Lord Jesus, let me know myself and know You, and…
Matt Carder
March 25, 2021
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