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November 2015

The escalation of violence through terrorism is a reality that is upon all our minds. The spiritual reality behind these events takes me back to a story in 1 Kings 18. Elisha called on king Ahab of the Northern Kingdom to summon the prophets of Baal and Asherah for a contest. As the crowds gathered Elijah declared, “How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow him; but if Baal is God, follow him.” Read more →

During our recent trip to the Holy Land, wherever we traveled in Israel, from Masada to the Golan Heights, we were acutely aware that it is a divided land. This land is marked by conflict, war and religious strife. Even as we grieve the tragedy of the attacks in Paris, my heart and mind go back to Jerusalem. Read more →

Jesus came to the earth with a mission. Now that we are the body of Christ, we share this mission. There is nothing more satisfying than being part of a family that knows who it is and what it is about. We have been created to be an echo of the never-ending love that exists between the Father and the Son, through the Holy Spirit. Read more →