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Then Sings My Soul

Then Sings My Soul

One of the first things you notice when visiting a church is its musical style.

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InterAct

InterAct

Sewing Hearts Together: Working with InterAct ...

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Dinner and Drama

Dinner and Drama

Earlier this Summer, the community group headed by Steve West and Steve Grube, at the initiation of Pete and Becky Shedor, hosted dinner for neighbors along with a bit of drama.

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How Should We Then Vote?

How Should We Then Vote?

A Peace elder leads us to deeper consideration of this November's election...

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A Smattering of Supplementary Resources

A Smattering of Supplementary Resources

If you're interested in doing some additional reading/listening on race or gender...

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Doing Life in the Kingdom of the Lost

Doing Life in the Kingdom of the Lost

"All morality is the product of agreement, nothing more." When my Sociology 101 professor confidently made that statement the first day of class, I knew that a competing truth claim had been made. I...

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Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Few things are more difficult than being unemployed or underemployed. I know, as I’ve been there. Your self-worth suffers, your dignity suffers, and it is really a heart wrenching time.

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Our Messy, Magnificent Church (Pt. 3)

Our Messy, Magnificent Church (Pt. 3)

A diverse church is a healthy church...

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Our Messy, Magnificent Church (Pt. 2)

Our Messy, Magnificent Church (Pt. 2)

The continued reality of our imperfections and their effects on the church doesn’t mean that we should give up on the mission God has called us to.

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Our Messy, Magnificent Church (Pt. 1)

Our Messy, Magnificent Church (Pt. 1)

When you have a clear idea of where you want to go, it’s easier to recognize that it’s not easy getting there.

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