Category Archives: Galatians

Adopted by Abba

Call out to Abba. Call out to the Father. Call him by name. He knows yours. And he wants to be your Father today…  Jesus came as the Son to make us sons and daughters of God. Not far off. … Continue reading

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Pleasing God and Pleasing People

Let’s live in the moment. Not the physical moment. The spiritual moment. The Holy Spirit is here now, prompting your right response and validating your service to God. Value his feedback. Value his approval. More than anything. Don’t aim for … Continue reading

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Died With Him. Live Through Me.

It’s perspective. And the perspective of dying with Christ drives us to understand if we died with him, we no longer live: Christ lives. In us. We live the resulting resurrected life by faith in Jesus who loved and gave … Continue reading

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Lessons From Panajachel: Giving Back

Where are you giving back? Where are you serving God and others to show the next generation how it’s done? Consider what you can do with the blessing God has given you. If you have reaped, how about sowing back … Continue reading

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Made For Better

Do you feel like you enjoy guilty pleasures too much? Sometimes we know what’s good for us and what isn’t, yet we are like moths attracted to the guilty pleasure flame… Turns out that this struggle is common to humanity, … Continue reading

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Pray and Restore Gently

Today we look at the idea that Christians are to watch for their brothers and sisters to sin.  And when they sin, the loving Christian brother ought to judge them, abandon them, and out them on Facebook.  Right?  Wrong.  Very … Continue reading

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Celebrate Freedom

We acknowledge our veterans each year in our church.  They paid a price for each of us.  We do not, however, celebrate war.  Rather, we uphold and celebrate freedom, believing that God is the author of freedom and that freedom … Continue reading

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