Who Blesses Whom

by Kate Anderson

Isaac was a unique, funny, lovable guy, albeit frustrating at times. He had a way of wiggling his endearing, stubborn soul into your heart like I imagine a little brother would. He was a man of few words, but he could always communicate what he wanted in any given moment.

Imagining the Apostles’ Creed

by Sandra Jones Cropsey

Some years ago, our minister admonished us to repeat the Apostles’ Creed regularly. Although I memorized the Creed, my mind often wandered as I fell into rote memorization.

Crossroads: He Is Risen!

by Jessica Asbell

He is risen! He is risen indeed! Easter is such a wonderful time. The dark, somber mourning of Good Friday has passed and in its place is new life, lots of color, and thankful spirits. The best part of our story as Christians is that we are not grave people—we are resurrection people.

Formations 04.28.2019: Witnesses to the Resurrection

by William Scruggs

I’ve noticed that Easter brings my attention to the place I call home. Often, it has been the geography of my particular neighborhood.

Connections 04.28.2019: Living in the Center

by Michael Ruffin

This Sunday we’ll study the final lesson in a unit entitled “Easter at the Center.” The unit title reflects two truths, one simple and one profound.

Crossroads: Good Friday

by Jessica Asbell

Have you ever had a week start off well, but by the end of it all hope seems lost? Terrible things happen all at once, and you just aren’t sure how you’re going to make it another hour, let alone another day. We’ve all had bad weeks and perhaps you have had a week so terrible that you just couldn’t go another step.

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