“Dear Reverend Daniel, Please tell 2020 to pull over; I would like to get out. I will walk from here.” When a friend sent me that little meme a couple of weeks ago, I laughed in commiseration. It has been a rough year, and we have many in our own community who have had it…

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Kneeling has become controversial again, but it has reminded me why we kneel in worship. We kneel specifically to repent and to enter private prayer. It is particularly appropriate posture for contrition and repentance.  During this ongoing outbreak, when we are without our pews in worship, we have not been kneeling on screen. This has…

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Loving Christ  The Summer of .  .  .  This is one of those years that may end up with more than one nickname. But it is Summer again and this Sunday we go back to Summer Worship services ONLINE at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.  The Bible in a Year Class will be online at…

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People of Christ, This week America erupted again over race. As the Church celebrated Pentecost over Zoom, we were all also watching the fires of protests, riots, and violence burn around us. It is hard to overstate how disconcerting this year had been already before George Floyd was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis.…

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