Posts Tagged "faith"


This past week’s sermon was about ‘the gift of rest’. You work better when you don’t work everyday.  It heals you mentally, physically, and spiritually. Enjoy this video of the sermon:...

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There is a great danger – especially in 2018 – of not understanding the thought and convictions of those you disagree with. I was taught to refute evolution. It was a cornerstone to evangelical apologetics. Zebras and their stripes were a primary example used to refute evolution. If the stripes are for camouflaging a herd of zebras from predators … then the first striped offspring would have actually stood out from the heard and...

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  Here is the preview for this week’s Sunday School (Feb 18) U is for Universalism (preview) Come join the conversation at 9am in the Fireside Room   The resources links below may be helpful: McLaren’s christian take Prothero’s innovative non-academic take famous John Hick Knitter’s Theologies of Religion a christian take on multiple versions of ‘salvations’ Catherine Cornille on the impossibility of this whole thing...

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This Sunday, September 17, our topic will be “Church 2.0 – an interactive church”. Pastor Bo will be unveiling his vision for the future church.  As we transition to be a ‘conversational community’, the concept of an interactive church will be a helpful framework for understanding the direction and motivation behind our innovations. If you would like see an earlier (10 minute) video about Church 2.0 (near...

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September 6th begins Wednesday night Bible study with a twist.  Listen to a preview podcast here  We live in an odd time where the more people know about the Bible, the less they believe it and the less interested they seem in reading it … while the people who read it the most and claim to be ‘Bible-believing’ often know little about the Bible. This gap can be exhausting so a group of us have come up with a little plan to do something...

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