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The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.

Who do you say that I am?

People had all kinds of responses to Jesus, and this is why His piercing question, “Who do you say that I am?” is one that penetrates every human heart. We must ask this question anew in each generation and in each new day of our lives.

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A New Rhythm for PRiSM Programs

Over the past few months, you’ve likely heard us talk about the changes coming to our student programming this fall. Well the time has come. Beginning this Sunday, things will be a bit different around here. Here’s a quick overview of what to expect.

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Sweat, glitter and the hug I postponed for several years.

Recently, a large gay man in head-to-toe black leather gave me one of the best hugs I’ve ever received. It was a hug I had been postponing for several years. Because I am a very big coward. But Christ’s love is wide and it defies boundaries. It is risky and may even feel scary. But leaning into that scariness with love feels a lot better than crouching in fear.

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If we build it…

If you’ve been at church the past few weeks, you may have noticed that we’ve been doing a little demolition of our west parking lot. What, you might have wondered, is going on? We’re glad you asked. The answer is … we’re building a field. But actually, think of it not so much as a field but as our outdoor “table.”

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Moved Into the Neighborhood

Recently, our family made a big move to be closer to Pulpit Rock, our coffee shop, and the places we are creating community. Leaving a large house of seven years where we had all four of our kids together and a neighborhood we had settled in was hard, but we felt that we needed to live more intentionally missional in last decades of our life.

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Understanding our own needs helps us to see the needs of others.

When we met, we had both been married previously. We thought that because we had navigated marriage successfully before, we knew what we were doing and pretty much had it figured out. Boy, were we naïve!

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