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Burnout and Serving

Everyone is afraid of burnout Everyone is afraid of burnout. We talk a lot about spreading ourselves too thin, about over commitment, about work-life balance. Everyone seems to be concerned about self care… but is it really self care? I’m starting believe that what many are now passing off as “self care” when choosing not serving others or refraining from active […]

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Advent 2020: We Wait

In this Advent Season, we are reminded that all of creation longs for things to be made right. Everything is not right and longs to be set right. The Apostle Paul writes to the church in Romans that “creation waits with eager longing… to be set free from its bondage to corruption,” and we know that this freedom will come […]

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The EmbRACE Study / 03

We’re at this again? It’s just after Thanksgiving — and not a “normal” one at that. I must confess that the thought of having to engage in another race study… now… sounds… well… it doesn’t fill me with excitement. My finger to the pulse of our church and immediate community is that we’re tired of the subject, the outrage that […]

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Knowledge of Self

“At exactly which point do you start to realizeThat life without knowledge is death in disguise?That’s why, knowledge of self is like life after deathApply it, to your life, let destiny manifest!”Black Star Hip hop embraced the phrase “knowledge of self” as a call for people to be conscious of their inner thoughts and also of the outer forces influencing […]

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Fighting to be Still

Pastor Rob gave us a very good word to consider this past Sunday from Psalm 146 in anticipation of this week and all the anxiety many of us may be experiencing regarding the election. Yes, as citizens and members of society, we are called to “submit our ballots,” yet, as believers, we are not called to “submit our hopes.” Still […]

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