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As Jesus calls us to meet people in their places of deep pain, loss, and grief, as he sends us as his representatives to those places, we are confronted with some real challenges. What do we say? What can we … Continue reading
We are called to be a part of God’s work of healing, but how? For some insight, we look to see how Jesus does that in John 11 where we see him… Listen, Love, and Pray. Special thanks to PRMI, … Continue reading
Anger, anxiety, suspicion, fear, depression… There is so much of that right now! But none of that captures the life for which we were created. There is an alternative! What would that life look like? Is it available to us? … Continue reading
Next Sunday we’ll gather under the cover of Nicholl’s Barn (3445 N SR 13, 32259) at 6pm for a time of fellowship, sharing a meal, and a worship service of healing prayer. Specifically, we’ll be praying for healing among the … Continue reading
What is a generational healing service? Our families have legacies – good and bad – and those legacies have consequences. Scripture speaks of the consequences of sin being passed down to the third and fourth generations. Scripture also says that … Continue reading
So what has God done for you? Okay, if you are a follower of Jesus you know the list is pretty long. There are all the “…ations”. You know: salvation, justification, sanctification, and the corresponding, umm, implications. What I’m thinking about … Continue reading