Archive for February, 2019

February 27 Edevotional

I’m yearning this morning, for the strong voices of my mentors and teachers who seemed to never give up the struggle for “resistance of evil, injustice, and oppression in whatever forms they present themselves.” When the bars on the windows and doors of the church are shut down keeping me and my family members, my […]

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Edevotional February 20

From our Pastor ​You may have questions about General Conference 2019 where the worldwide legislative body of the United Methodist Church is gathering in St. Louis to determine if we can hold together as a denomination with such differing views within the Church about the ordination and marriage of people who are LGBTQ. Below is a link […]

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Edevotional February 13, 2019

“…he said to Simon, “Row out farther, into the deep water, and drop your nets for a catch.” Simon replied, “Master, we’ve worked hard all night and caught nothing. But because you say so, I’ll drop the nets.” So they dropped the nets and their catch was so huge that their nets were splitting. They […]

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Edevotional February 6, 2019

Jesus consistently tried to help his listeners open up their hearts, to break down the walls they had built, to allow in new people, new ways, the newness, the freshness of the Holy Spirit. Oh, but it so difficult, God. I crave stability; routine, saving energy, saving money, building up walls, the comfort of sameness, […]

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