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Acts 12 - The Prayer Group

Peter’s Miraculous Escape From Prison

The Early Church had enjoyed a time of peace since the time of Paul’s conversion. But now Herod Agrippa sought to destroy the Jesus movement not on religious grounds but for taking a political stand. 848 more words

Bible Study

Saint James, Apostle

Able to Drink the Cup

Today we look at one of the “Sons of Thunder.” He was quite ambiguous, or was it his mother? 656 more words

Lectionary

God's Amazing Plan: Part 1

Last week, I said,
“So we know that sin (transgression, offense, trespass) is disobedience to God, and that disobedience makes us unfit to be in His presence. 1,358 more words

Bible Study

Always be Ready...

Read Exodus 12
Focus on verse 11

As I write this, we are preparing our home for the return of some of our adult children along with a few grandchildren. 334 more words

Daily Devotional

Godly Gastronomy: Religious Eating Traditions and Ecumenical Secularism in Public Life Writing

Any analysis of the political work that first person life narratives about food perform in the context of American national belonging should begin with an admission of personal agendas and biases, so here are mine: I speak from the perspective of a literary food studies scholar, Latina, practicing Catholic who enjoys eating paczki on Fat Tuesdays, who’s published on the subject of Jonathan Safran Foer’s New American Haggadah, and who regularly teaches all three of the essays I’ll discuss today to students at a Midwestern university. 1,662 more words