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Lo, How a Rose / The Rose

Find a quiet moment in which to watch this video of a hymn from the 15th century encircled by a 20th century lyric, and be blessed.


Healing Priorities

December 21, 2019 DAILY READINGS Matthew 12:9-14This weekend’s scripture: Matthew 1:18-25 FIELD NOTES In this passage, the Pharisees are trying to set a trap for Jesus. He has entered the Pharisees…


Giving Up to Give More

December 20, 2019 DAILY READINGS 1 Corinthians 9:1-16This weekend’s scripture: Matthew 1:18-25 FIELD NOTES From this passage, we learn that some apostles felt the freedom to take advantage of their status…


Jesus, United by Thy Grace

December 19, 2019 DAILY READINGS Galatians 5:2-15This weekend’s scripture: Matthew 1:18-25 FIELD NOTES “Jesus, United by Thy Grace” Jesus, united by thy graceAnd each to each endeared,With confidence we seek thy…


Sent Home

December 18, 2019 DAILY READINGS Mark 5:1-20This weekend’s scripture: Matthew 1:18-25 FIELD NOTES We often use the language of being “sent” in the Church to talk about the ways that God…


What’s at the Bottom of the Pit?

December 17, 2019 DAILY READINGS Psalm 35:1-10This weekend’s scripture: Matthew 1:18-25 FIELD NOTES In Biblical literature, Psalm 35 is what’s called a “complaint” Psalm. There is great danger all around the…


Risk in the Gospel

December 16, 2019 DAILY READINGS Acts 21:17-26This weekend’s scripture: Matthew 1:18-25 FIELD NOTES There is always a measure of risk when we decide to live fully into the mission God has…


Tree Decoration

How might you help the weak, the least, the last, and the lost this Christmas?


Christian Atheists – Christian Agnostics

Are you familiar with the term “Christian atheist?” Of the various meanings, the one that challenges me is “one who believes in an all-powerful God and yet acts as if God does not exist.”



I purchase a gift for another as if I am purchasing that gift for Jesus. I ask, “What would delight her if she were Jesus? What would benefit him the most if he were Jesus?”