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Reclaiming Fervor

Posted by Stacey Crosson on

Peter and John answered and said unto them, "For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard."  Acts 4:19-20 Can you imagine having such fervor?  So much fervor you can't stop yourself from talking endlessly about whatever has stirred within your heart and changed...

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Tags: church, church growth, mission, missional living, sharing god's love

Everything is Meaningless

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Posted by Jennifer Gross on

A Jim Carrey tweet is working its way through the Internet. “I wish everyone could get rich and famous and have everything they ever dreamed of so they would know that’s not the answer.” A few months ago, a young social media star posted a nearly 20-minute You Tube video...

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Tags: identity, life work balance, living slow, meaning, serving

The Unforeseen Path

Posted by Erin Oakley on

(Inspired by Psalm 23)  As I walk through a long Winding road, darkness Overtakes it. I shudder as fear overwhelms Every inch in my being.    Suddenly, I am touched by an All surpassing warmth.  A light touches the place  Where my feet meet the...

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Tags: chaos, devotions, peace, spirit filled life, youth

Shalom: More Than a Moment

Posted by Mark Boriack on

I belong to a missional community and we were asked to take one photo that illustrated shalom. In the interest of full disclosure, my photo is somewhat deceiving. An instant earlier, my granddaughter Hope had darted from the scene. Just two seconds later, the little girl in the picture, my...

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Candy Crushed

Posted by Jennifer Gross on

Last Christmas, I started playing the game Candy Crush on my phone. I know, I know, all you tech-savvy people are rolling your eyes. Candy Crush is so 2012. But, hey, I’ve never followed—or let’s be honest, even known about—the latest and coolest fads, and at 45 years...

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Tags: life work balance, living slow, missional, nothern virginia, peace