Who Are You- Create Right Relationships

This Sunday wel focused on scriptures that tell us that loving God also means loving our neighbor, and the stranger. We heard from Jesus’ teaching from the Sermon on the Mount about forgiveness as a key to right relationship. How do our relationships shape who we are, and who we become? What are the keys […]

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Who Are You? Live With Integrity

We continue with the question, “Who Are You?” and are challenged to examine our lives for integrity. When some type of article or object is described as having “integrity” it is reliable and stable with all of the parts supporting the whole. As individuals, we are invited to examine our lives for integrity to see […]

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We continue to explore who we are, and who God is calling us to be. Micah 6:8 is a powerful verse from the Bible, one worth memorizing! “God has shown you, O human, what is good . . . and what does God require of you, but to do justice, to love mercy, and walk […]

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Who Are You? Know Your Name

Rev. Naomi King preaching on “Know Your Name.” God knows all of us before we are born and calls us by our names into this world. And yet part of reclaiming ourselves from oppressive forces can we discarding those dismissive, belittling, and hateful names and calling ourselves and inhabiting names that remind us God knows us […]

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Who Are You? Connect to Your Belovedness

This Sunday, we remember our baptism and the voice of God which proclaims to all of us, “You are my beloved.” Can you imagine what relationships could be like without the human fear of rejection? Let’s live in the abundance of grace and acceptance and just see what happens when we offer that to others!

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Who Are You? Follow Your Star

As we consider the story of the three mysterious magi in the gospel of Matthew, we admire them for taking the risk to follow a star into the unknown,to follow it wherever it went. . What would it mean for us to follow the star that God has ordained for us to follow? How does […]

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