Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation and What It Means for Us Today     As I mentioned in my sermon on Sunday (10/1), there is no doubt in... (More...)

Watching my friend Joanne turn a lump of clay into everyday dishware is artful, and what she makes is art itself. As Tami and I sat in her studio during our annual trip to Canada... (More...)

Nature gives us so many wonderful ways to think about faith and life. Thanks to the Gardeners of Eden, the vibrant reds, oranges and yellows of the lilies outside the church office... (More...)

Although it feels like we just celebrated Easter, summer is right around the corner. Before summer comes, however, we are spending much of May and June celebrating all the ways we have... (More...)

Renewed by our Sabbath journey through Lent, we are now celebrating the good news of Jesus’ resurrection and the new life this Easter season. An amazing array of beauty and growth... (More...)

Finally – spring is here! The ice and snow have melted, the sun is shining and the air is warmer, the birds are singing. It feels like the whole earth is taking a deep breath and... (More...)

        How would you respond if someone offered you the gift of one day every week – one day with no work responsibilities, no house projects, no To-Do lists one... (More...)

We continue in the Season of Epiphany throughout February until the last day of the month which is Shrove Tuesday, better known as Mardi Gras, or as I like to call it Fat Tuesday. That... (More...)

January always feels like such a transitional month. We’re coming down off the Christmas holiday high and hustle and bustle. We’re facing 2-3 months of wintry weather. We’re learning... (More...)

I didn’t know what to expect last July as I sat in the large auditorium at Purdue University with 5,000 youth and adults waiting for the worship service to begin. It was my first... (More...)

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