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Quinn G. Caldwell
What was separated in time for the people in today's passage is usually smooshed together in baptisms these days.
God has an indoor voice.
Cells differentiate, just like people do.
The world needs a church audacious enough to gather in the name of Christ, yet humble enough to say we don't quite know what we're talking about.
For my new year's resolution, I am putting myself on a social media diet.
Just when we thought we were safe in some gated community (there are a lot of different kinds of gates and fences), God moves into the neighborhood.
Richard L. Floyd
I do believe, in the words of the Avery/Marsh song, that "The church is not a building, the church is not a steeple, the church is not a resting place, the church is a people."
Jeremiah's vision of God's great company of the sorrow-laden may be too adult for our usual children's processionals. Yet we grown-ups see such processions every day with the news of refugees from as far afield as Syria and Central America.
I wonder about James: how well did he know human nature?
Emily C. Heath
New Year's Day, and the companion resolution-making process, has never worked for me.