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The Sacraments: Communion with Bread & Wine

WE TEACH that we have been given two sacraments: baptism and communion.  These are called “sacraments” – not ordinances – because we believe that in each act, God is coming to us, therefore making baptism and communion “acts of grace”…We understand communion to be a remembrance of Jesus’ crucifixion and an invitation to approach and receive the blessings of the cross.

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Practical Proverbial, from Mark, 16 September 2015

“We are going up to Jerusalem,” he said, “and the Son of Man will be delivered over to the chief priests and the teachers of the law. 544 more words

The Ancient Cave Churches of Matera

During the filming of The Passion of the Christ in Matera, everyone around Jim Caviezel, the actor who played Christ, said they saw fire coming out of the right and left side of his head. 778 more words


Jesus Christ the RED-Clothed Man

Isaiah 63:1-6 (NIV)

I. First Inquiry: About the Person with a Red-Stained Cloth (v1)

“Who is this coming from Edom, from Bozrah, with his garments stained crimson?” 862 more words

Lines And Precepts

The Weight of Water and Wine

When we think of the cross, what do we remember? Although we were not present, we have a recollection of Jesus’ sacrifice each time that we partake in communion. 1,646 more words

#20 Once More with Passion


Betsy, Greg, and Richard discuss the secret origins of Popping Collars and get into the topic of Hollywood biblical epics and how they affect the way we view scripture. 9 more words


Braveheart Turns 20: The Bloody Pleasures of Mel Gibson's Moral Universe

There’s something about heft that communicates moral righteousness. A case in point: I wasn’t raised in a particularly religious household, but throughout my childhood I maintained an unwavering reverence for the Bible. 1,356 more words

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