Monthly Archives: May 2016

Who Are We? A People Who Worship

In the middle of an intense conversation between Jesus and an unnamed woman of Sychar, Jesus, in John 4:21-24, responding to her question, seems to digress from the point that he is the living water. Why, in the middle of … Continue reading

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Who Are We? The Church You Can/Can’t See

What does the church look like? Can you really see the church? Hebrews 12:18-24 points you to the church the way God sees it, to the church as it really is. Walk by faith, not by sight. You have not … Continue reading

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Who Are We? A People Devoted to . . .

How do you identify the true church? That’s important if you are looking for a church. But it is also important to reflect on the question as we consider our own identity. Are we what we should be? How can … Continue reading

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Who Are We? The Catholic and Apostolic Church

Competition can be a good thing in our economy. But life in a family operates on a different basis–as does life in the church of Jesus Christ. Because the church is connected to Christ, learn to appreciate how it works. … Continue reading

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