Lockdown Sunday School: How to be Together When You’re Apart

by Lance Wallace

Very little feels normal about church these past six months, but one of the most consistently meaningful weekly meetings we have maintained is the Bible study my wife and I lead for young adults.

Light and Scent

by Katie Cummings

As my pastor mounted the steps to the pulpit to preach about Mary Magdalene anointing Jesus’ feet with perfume (Jn 12:1-8), he paused to light several sticks of incense.

Crossroads: God Always Finds a Way

by Jessica Asbell

Looking back and seeing God’s fingerprints in your life is a lot easier than seeing them in the moment. There are times in my life when things seemed impossible. When I was upset and hurting in the 6th grade when our church fell apart, it seemed impossible that I would ever be happy again.

Formations 09.20.2020: Stealing the Show

by Kelley Land

The grumblers threaten to steal the show in this short scene from Jesus’ life. Let’s imagine how it would play out in a community theater production.

Connections 09.20.2020: What Is It?

by Michael Ruffin

God had brought the people out of Egypt and across the sea. They had begun their journey toward Mount Sinai. Now they needed food.

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Who Am I Talking To?

by Starlette Thomas

We are now six months into a global pandemic due to COVID-19. I won’t venture to mention the death toll. It will be higher by the time you read this. Someone is on their deathbed now, taking their last breath.

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