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Becoming Anti-Oppressive, Final Part: Banging on the Door

Editor’s Note: This four-part blog series is being co-published at DT’s Blog Partner, “Raids Across the Color Line.”  Before you go on, it may be helpful to read the… 1,380 more words

Sermon Overflow – Luke 18:1-8

I usually find that I just can’t get everything I’d like into a sermon. But not giving everything is a good thing. Sermon overload makes it make for people to actually hear, understand, believe, and obey the Word that they hear. 416 more words

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Persistence Reveals the Heart's Desire

Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up. He said: “In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor cared what people thought.  415 more words


More than Pharisee-Bashing

Jesus once told a story about two men who went up to the temple to pray. We will look at that story this Sunday at Grace Church (Luke 18:9-14). 546 more words

I am evil, but God is good

• everything happening from the Islamic State/ISIS Iraq—1,000’s of Christians being killed in the name of Jihad, mothers, sisters, daughters raped, men being crucified, and even children being beheaded… 449 more words


Quick Quote | Kyle Idleman: On Pride

I heard a great message by Kyle Idleman this week in which he made a great observation on pride.

You may be familiar with the parable about the Pharisee and the tax collector in… 169 more words


63rd Luke 18 Weekend by Alexa Tordesillas and Henry Tordesillas Harrison

An event very special in the hearts of the members of our Faith Family happened last August 1-3. It was the 63rd Luke 18 Weekend.The Luke weekend is a retreat for 11-15 year olds who want to meet new friends and find a new home in the church. 800 more words

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