ADVENT: ​Obedience & Joy – Mary and Joseph

“Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.”As the calendar flips to the third week of the Advent season, we enter into a season of joy. The waiting, anticipation, repentance, and preparation have paved the way for rejoicing. It’s also the season to reflect on obedience, which is not a…

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Advent: Preparation & Repentance – John The Baptist

For the past week we dwelled in anticipation and hope, but such expectancy should always lead to preparation.God sent John the Baptist to prepare the way for the coming Messiah.Before John was even conceived, God’s call was upon his life – “to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.”Are you prepared for the Lord? Are you ready…

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ADVENT: Waiting & Hope – The Prophet Isaiah

The Prophet Isaiah urges Israel to hope for a new beginning.Isaiah lived during a time of political tension, and prophesied from a place of personal captivity. The Israelites were united under the reign of King David, but had been split into two kingdoms: Israel and Judah. Internal division made them vulnerable externally, Jerusalem was…

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Freedom Through Vulnerability

For years I had been building up walls around my heart; protecting myself from pain, agony and the trouble of life. I became a pro at knowing how to keep people at the right distance and even keeping God at a distance as well. My heart was my own and I would never allow anyone to be close. Over a period of time, I became very cold and did…

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Leading From Joy

Every person, in any job, no matter what it is, at some point will hit that wall. It’s the wall of routine. You may have started out doing what you do because you LOVE what you do, but somewhere down the road things just began to get stagnant. Whether you’re delivering pizzas or leading worship (yes, I’ve done both), it’s a real…

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