September 25th, 2015 by Carl Buffington
Seems to me, we somehow think the box, which is quite real, i.e. the one with only X number of breaths for any of us, is really real, will last forever, but another part of us, somewhere deep down, knows it won’t.
Yet we paint it, decorate it, treat it, as if it will, with our cheers or tears for ourselves, others, and the world. And well we should on the one hand, but there is the other hand.
September 18th, 2015 by Christopher Caudle
Prayer is foundational to our life with God. Talking to God about our world, our friends, families and ourselves begins the conversation. Listening to God about our world, our friends, families and ourselves moves the conversation forward.
Whether you have prayed for a lifetime or only occasionally, we hope you will join us this Fall for our church-wide study.
The only thing Jesus' friends ever asked him to teach them was how to pray.
September 11th, 2015 by Carl Buffington
September 11th, 2015 by Andy Butcher
September 4th, 2015 by Carl Buffington
What I don’t get is why people--other people of course-- don’t get it.
Think about it. It’s as if each of us lives inside a box. A big box for sure; some bigger, I suppose, some smaller, some taller and some shorter, but a box with a lid, and thus a limited amount of air. And so we only have so many breaths.