LIVING BY THE WORD: A Daily Diet of Delight

LIVING BY THE WORD: A Daily Diet of Delight

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For a guy who has been riding the coat tails of an athletic metabolism, and a 6’8 frame that could stretch out and hide my bad eating habits, the word DIET has not been part of my common vernacular. And yet recently, I found myself staring down at a scale that...
Ark of Blessing

Ark of Blessing

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We’ve all seen the news clips of Hurricane Harvey as it leaves a mega-city underwater. I’ve often wondered what it’s like for those who endure a natural disaster. Reporters show the stories of individuals who endure destruction and respond with resiliency. But rarely...
Afraid to Be Known?

Afraid to Be Known?

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  There is something about being known that is really wonderful. And yet, there is something about being known that is really frightening.  Being known requires talking and listening, and also some level of friendliness. For some of us, being friendly is easy and...
Jesus as a Small Group Leader

Jesus as a Small Group Leader

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We love a good story at Mosaic, especially a story about a life being changed. On Saturday, Matt walked us through an incredible story found in Luke 7. The English Standard Version (ESV) of the Bible titles this story: A Sinful Woman Forgiven; however, after Saturday...
Gentleness in a Culture of Outrage

Gentleness in a Culture of Outrage

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How timely our series on the fruit of the Spirit was this weekend.  On the day after the Charlottesville protests turned into violence and then turned into protests again, we talked about gentleness — Biblical gentleness, not its counterfeit displays of weakness...