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The Goal Posts Have Moved

Redefine the gospel—that’s the best way I know how to describe what God has done in my life over the past ten years. While I’m not sure I can explain what I thought it was before, I do know that today I see the gospel differently. 674 more words


Here, Once Again

Well it has been awhile, hasn’t it? Last I posted I was still pregnant and nervous about labor. Now my nine month daughter is close to walking and full of sweet attitude. 263 more words


Working out your salvation

Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling. (Php 2:12b)

“Working out,” our salvation, for many is a paradox because of the word “work.” It implies that we have our part to play and of course we do, we must respond to a loving hand that is reaching out to us. 742 more words


When I Think of Spiritual Fitness...

Today, I am participating in a blog hop surrounding the release of Mary Graziano Scro’s Intentional Fitness, where we’re discussing what it means to be spiritually fit. 944 more words

Matters Of Faith

Putting the Emphasis on the Eternal

MAY 28

“And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on Me shall never thirst.” – John 6:35… 168 more words


Sermon #60 -- Power to Change the World, a Pentecost Sermon

Pentecost, a holy day that Presbyterians, my clan, have work hard to trivialize over the centuries, ought to serve as an antidote to the demoralizing conception that the Christian faith is at its heart a set of ideas and a moral code.  172 more words

Gary Chorpenning