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Interactive metaphor-rich sermons based on the new Story Lectionary along with Image Exegesis.



Proclaiming the resurrection is dangerous!

My Prayer For You

Pastor’s Prayer for 25 March 2018

Jesus, my feet are dirty. Come even as a slave to me, pour water into your bowl, come and wash my feet. In asking such a thing I know I am overbold, but I dread what was threatened when you said to me, “If I do not wash your feet I have no fellowship with you.” Wash my feet then, because I long for your companionship.





Sound Theology with Colleen Butcher


Artists and Their Thoughts –Amadeus Mozart

Are you the conductor of your own life? An orchestra conductor has a unique role in the process of making music. She studies to understand the musical score and the intentions of the composer, combining that knowledge with her connections to and relationships with the...

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The Open Table

The Heart of Man

The Heart of Man, directed by Eric Esau (rated PG-13)

–Review by Ashley Linne

My first reaction to this film was FINALLY!!! This visual parable is a breathtaking, raw, and beautiful look at brokenness and God’s redemptive nature. The filmmakers weave storytelling masterfully, using a stunning narrative of a prodigal son and his father along with documentary of personal stories from William Paul Young, Jackie Hill Perry, Dr. Dan Allender, and others who have struggled with sexual brokenness.

This is the type of grace-filled storytelling that our society desperately needs to start associating with Jesus Christ and His followers. This is a film that goes straight to the heart, unflinching in its honest portrayal of iniquity and redemption. The cinematography is incredible, the soundtrack is compelling, the story is real, and the message is Hope. I don’t want to say too much without ruining this beautiful experience for you!

The Heart of Man is currently available on Netflix, but I’m not sure for how long. Take some time to watch it while you can, and let’s send the message to Netflix and the filmmakers that we want more of THIS kind of storytelling.

The Digital Feast with Derek White

Addiction, Faith, and Film

Gaming addiction classified as disorder by WHO Summary: Gaming addiction is to be listed as a mental health condition for the first time by the World Health Organization. Its 11th International Classification of Diseases (ICD) will include the condition "gaming...

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