During this Lenten season, we meditate on the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We want to draw closer to Christ in our understanding of what He did for us because of His great love for us. We believe it is important to become fully immersed in His story and we hope to give everyone, from…

During this Lenten season, we meditate on the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We want to draw closer to Christ in our understanding of what He did for us because of His great love for us. We believe it is important to become fully immersed in His story and we hope to give everyone, from…

“Lamentation is a powerful, and meaningful, form of worship because it places our love for God above even the worst of circumstances in our life… God does not ask us to deny the existence of our suffering. He does want us to collect it, stand in those things and make Him an offering. The Holy…

“In fact, this is love for God: to keep his commands. And his commands are not burdensome, for everyone born of God overcomes the world. This is the victory that has overcome the world, even our faith. Who is it that overcomes the world? Only the one who believes that Jesus is the Son of…

Reconciliation is not a one-time event; it is a journey.  It is not a “solution,” but a process.  It is a quest wherein the people of God strive for God’s new creation in a broken and divided world.  As we walk through this season of Lent toward Resurrection Sunday, we want to explore how we…

Ash Wednesday ushered in the season of Lent last week.  Is it odd that this is my favorite time of the year?  I mean, not just because of the whole repentance, fasting thing – but also because of the enormity of creative expectation that accompanies a church worship director’s unique march to the cross.  Yet,…

Ash Wednesday, in the western church, begins the season of Lent – a 40-day season of penitent contemplation of the Passion of Jesus Christ. Ash Wednesday is not recognized as a “Holy Day of Obligation” and is not spoken about in the Bible, but comes from references to sackcloth and ashes in repentance and mourning….

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