Tag Archives: Humanity

What Does It Mean to Be Human?

Our church took eight weeks to consider what it means to be human, following the first three chapters of Genesis as our guide. The result was a study that was enriching, dignifying, and deeply convicting for us all. If you … Continue reading

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A Refuge for the World

When you come to church, what do you see? I would guess that the first time you came here, what you really noticed was this building: the imposing facade on the corner of 79th and Broadway, the enormous sanctuary (especially … Continue reading

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The tragedies in Baton Rouge, Falcon Heights, and Dallas have brought us all to tears, and in light of events like these, a psalm like this can come off as trite, meaningless, or perhaps even escapist and cruel. But in … Continue reading

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The Shepherd Warrior

Have you ever wished you could start over? Maybe you’re halfway through the semester and you’re kicking yourself for blowing off the first few quizzes. Or perhaps it’s halftime of the game, but you want to reply the first half. … Continue reading

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