Fight or Flight?

by Karen Hudson
Isaiah 65:17-25 Supposedly, the “fight vs. flight” instinct is one of the most basic wirings in our brains, helping us decide how to act in the face of danger in… read more

Community Baccalaureate Service

by Katie Z. Dawson
One of the ways that local churches can be in ministry with their community is to be aware of the transitions that others are experiencing. One of those “endings” my… read more

Liturgical Gardens

by J. Wayne Pratt
Since the beginning of time, the garden has been central to the human search for spiritual fulfillment and the discovery of inner peace and tranquility. For many religious… read more

Peter the Denier

by Robert Martin Walker
The room was dark, giving it a gloomy feeling. We were gathered for a meal on the eve of Passover. Because the Lord was quietly pensive, we ate in silence. During supper, he… read more

Ignite Holy Week with Creative Stations of the Cross

by Mary Beth Franklyn
Our worship team was discussing the Holy Week noon day services, a longstanding practice for Holy Week. The group debated whether to continue the services, because while they were … read more

Easter Sunrise: Outdoor Worship

by J. Wayne Pratt
As individuals, we often find peace, comfort, and a close connection to God in a garden. Gardens often provide a space for worship in a neutral setting outside the church for… read more
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