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Bible Book: Genesis

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Finale—Coram Deo (Part 2)

Whether we are awake or asleep, God is quite active and never sleeps.

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Finale—Coram Deo (Part 1)

We find a kind of care from God that the day’s labors can easily distract us from seeing.

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Minuet—Take Heart, He is Good (Part 2)

Leaders hear the sound of God wandering through the broken relationships in all of creation with resolve.

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Minuet—Take Heart, He is Good (Part 1)

Joseph had some dreams that reminded him that God was involved and present.

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Work Harmed and Redeemed

Sin and death impact all of our labors in many ways: we labor toward evil ends, or with evil motives; we become greedy or prideful about our work; our relationships are harmed by sin, and broken community also negatively impacts our labors.

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Sin, Mortality, and Work

We were made for fruitful labor, as one of the ways that we glorify our creator God. Nonetheless, work in this world has been negatively impacted by sin and death.

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Passing Between the Pieces

The Lenten journey teaches us pretty quickly that we are going to screw up.

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Adagio—Long Journey to Presence (Part 2)

When Abraham moved he found that God was present.

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Adagio—Long Journey to Presence (Part 1)

Abraham traveled from Ur to Haran to Shechem and after some 900 miles, he found that the Lord was not relegated to regions.

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Dust in the Wind: A Devotion for Ash Wednesday

On Ash Wednesday, Christians throughout the world acknowledge our dustiness, our sinfulness, our mortality.

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Receding Waters

Recreation requires new rhythms for new life to grow moving forward.

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God Remembers

God remembers. God remembered. God will continue to remember God’s own children.

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