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Advent 2017: "Desire of Nations"

“O come, Desire of nations, bind All peoples in one heart and mind; Bid envy, strife and quarrels cease; Fill the whole world with heaven’s peace” (O Come, O Come Emmanuel) “Advent is all about desire” (Anonymous) The human heart was created by God to desire. This desire drive us, sometimes knowingly, but often unknowingly. In fact, it’s not too much to say that the world is driven by the forces of desire for recognition, sex, peace, fame, equality, superiority, love, acceptance, power, justice, health, and many other longings that compel individuals, local communities, and nations to action. Desire is the fuel of the human experience and the engine of human history. But what will bring sa

Wish List for Christmas Central

Christmas Central Shopping List Clothing: Hooded sweatshirts T-shirts with super heroes, characters, or MN sports teams Warm pajamas/pajama pants Hats, scarves, mittens Socks – multi packs Snow pants/snow boots Books: Paperback sets: Junie B. Jones, Captain Underpants, Amelia Bedelia, etc. Picture books with vocabulary, counting, abc’s for preschoolers Young adult novels Dr. Suess, Curious George, Bible story books Toys: DVDs: Dory, Trolls, Muana… Christmas DVDs: Charlie Brown, Grinch, Elf… Board games: Connect 4, Mancala, Candy Land, Yahtzee, Jenga, Uno, Dominos… Ethnic dolls, dark skinned dolls Dramatic play items – dishes, play food, costumes, Sports equipment: basketballs, footballs, soc

Reflections on Sutherland Springs

This past Sunday, a small community of followers of Jesus in Sutherland Springs, Texas came together for their weekly gathering to pray, worship God, fellowship with one another, and hear God’s Word proclaimed. But as we know, this seemingly routine Sunday service was cruelly interrupted by a gunman who killed (as of the time of this writing) 26 people and injured twenty more. This is an unspeakable tragedy that breaks our hearts, due to the brutality of the crime, the tragic loss of so many people, and the way this has affected the Body of Christ. Though we don’t know the people killed or those who are left to face unspeakable pain, they are our brothers and sisters, and so we mourn those w

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