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These transformative exercises are provided for you to interact with the weekly Sunday sermon through reflection and prayer.
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    https: watch?v=RctWcSC6QNE   Faithful by Sarah Reeves, Philip Kothlow

    Verse 1:
    Even when I cannot see
    You are moving
    Even when I cannot hear
    You are singing over me
    Even when I can’t hold on
    You won’t let me go
    You are faithful, You are faithful

    Hallelujah my soul...

  • Jun3Mon

    Teach Us To Pray: Intercessory Prayer

    June 3, 2019 by Debbie Laginskie

    Read Psalm 93:1-5 out loud slowly.

    The Lord reigns, He is clothed with majesty;
    The Lord is clothed,
    He has girded Himself with strength.
    Surely the world is established, so that it cannot be moved.
    Your throne  is  established from of old;
    You  are  from everlasting.

    The floods have ...

  • May27Mon

    Teach Us to Pray: Unanswered Prayers

    May 27, 2019

    Take time to sit in God’s presence. Be present. Be right here, right now. God is here. Click on the link and listen. Allow the words to soothe your troubled, burdened soul. When you resist the words “rejoice,” its okay. Just let the artist sing them for you. Mainly remember that He is your God and He is here.

    Listen to the...

  • May13Mon

    Teach Us to Pray: Formational Prayer

    May 13, 2019

    When we talk about “formational” prayer we are talking about prayer as an avenue for our spiritual formation. Richard Foster describes spiritual formation as the transformation of the person into one of greater Christ-likeness. So…formational prayer is the form of prayer that helps that to happen!

    Think about one of those...

  • "For who in the heavens can be compared to the Lord? Who among the sons of the mighty can be likened to the Lord? God is greatly to be feared in the assembly of the saints, And to be held in reverence by all those around Him. O Lord God of hosts, Who is mighty like You, O Lord? Your faithfulness also surrounds You. You rule the raging of the sea...

  • Reg preached the second part of the Easter message this past Sunday. The message of redemption that flows out of Christ's resurrection. He spoke to us of Peter and the shame of his triple denial of Jesus…and then how the resurrected Lord asked him three times if he loved him.

     Following is an excerpt of his message: Understand this...

  • Apr22Mon

    Easter Sunday: The Fullness in Empty

    April 22, 2019 by Debbie Laginskie

    The Fullness of Empty

    We DO think of empty as a negative. We would much rather have a “full” bank account, gas tank, fridge, and life. But empty is connected to fullness more than we realize at first glance.

    Read the following, noting the empty visuals concepts:

    John 20:1-18 New International Version (NIV)

    20  Early on the...

  • For the week starting March 31, 2019

    There were three anointing’s of Jesus, by mankind, shortly before He did His ministry of dying for our sins, making a way for us to be forgiven, and to live in heaven.

    The three anointing’s are these:

    1. Some time before the Passion Week, in the town of Nain (about 20 miles south of Capernaum in...

  • Tension and Belonging

    Scripture: Isaiah 43:16-21;

    Psalm 126; Luke 10:30-42; John 12:1-8

    Call to Prayer:

    The relentless flow of time in Lent propels us steadily closer to our remembrance of Jesus’ crucifixion. In the gospel this week, it is now 6 days before the Passover – also the time of Jesus betrayal, suffering and death. As the...

  • Scripture: Psalm 32;

    Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32

    Opening Exercise : How Full Are You? Please use the coloured pencils to colour in the empty body with how full you are. What are you full of? Where? Where are you empty? What's going on inside of you? Etc. (Pic of body attached)

    Call to Prayer

    Those of us who are privileged can so easily take things for...