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Do Not Let Your Hearts be Troubled

When Jesus says “do not let your hearts be troubled,” he does not force false optimism in the face of a suffering world—he gives us a reason for hope.
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How to Live an Abundant Life

There are a few moments each week where I forget about the realities of the pandemic. But often throughout the week, I want so much more. And while it may not always be easy, I am grateful for a God who shared our humanity and taught us how to live an abundant life.  
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God of Accompaniment

Our God is not a God of transactions, but accompaniment—addressing our hunger, but also walking with us through our joy, our anger and sorrow as we witness inequality, and our work to rise up to address injustices.