Dressing in our Sunday best. We love to show off our finest apparel. Cuff links, the ones with diamonds. Earrings, pearl and sapphire. Maybe even a tiara, and open-toed shoes to showcase our latest ...

Tambourines are fantastic. First, they’re simple to play. If we can make a fist, we can play a tambourine. All we need to do is hold on and shake. Of course, the more we play, the better we’ll ...

We look forward to spring. It’s a time of sunshine, warmth, renewed life, and brighter tomorrows. Part of it is simply getting outdoors. We visit the park, the grass is freshly green, and we can ...

―  Now you can also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Glass boxes shimmering in the sun. Greenhouses are amazing. They can be simple structures tacked onto the side of a house, ...

―  Now you can also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Take a cup. Any cup, with or without a handle, one that holds water. Fill it up. Then add a little more, until the liquid ...

God is a master of exceptional beauty and order. In him we find rhythm, cadence, and splendor. He directs the earth to circle the sun, the moon to tug the seas, and the rivers to flow ...

We can choose to believe in whatever God we want. Name it, claim it, yeah, that’s one version. Court judge, ready to drop the gavel. That’s another. Hands off observer, unwilling to ...

Artisans love old wood. Antique windows can be repurposed into coffee tables, old doors into room dividers, and collapsing barns into decorative wall finishes. We can leave the original varnish if ...

Of course, we worship the Lord. Who else? A contemporary entertainer was quoted as saying, “I was raised in the Church, but 85 percent of the people who attend are nonbelievers. They go because ...

Who is our God? How do we envision him? Is he a grandfather, with a halo of white hair, kindly bestowing loving kindness on his progeny? On the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo depicts ...

Are we an AC Christian or a DC Christian? These are electrical terms, describing alternating current and direct current. They have very different properties. As followers of Christ, we are either ...

Dressing in our Sunday best. We love to show off our finest apparel. Cuff links, the ones with diamonds. Earrings, pearl and sapphire. Maybe even a tiara, and open-toed shoes to showcase our latest ...

Tambourines are fantastic. First, they’re simple to play. If we can make a fist, we can play a tambourine. All we need to do is hold on and shake. Of course, the more we play, the better we’ll ...

We look forward to spring. It’s a time of sunshine, warmth, renewed life, and brighter tomorrows. Part of it is simply getting outdoors. We visit the park, the grass is freshly green, and we can ...

―  Now you can also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Glass boxes shimmering in the sun. Greenhouses are amazing. They can be simple structures tacked onto the side of a house, ...

―  Now you can also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Take a cup. Any cup, with or without a handle, one that holds water. Fill it up. Then add a little more, until the liquid ...

God is a master of exceptional beauty and order. In him we find rhythm, cadence, and splendor. He directs the earth to circle the sun, the moon to tug the seas, and the rivers to flow ...

We can choose to believe in whatever God we want. Name it, claim it, yeah, that’s one version. Court judge, ready to drop the gavel. That’s another. Hands off observer, unwilling to ...
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