When Jesus taught on prayer, He said, “And when you pray, you must not be like the hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, that they may be seen of others…” (Matt. 6:5) That context will be helpful as you view these short videos of some…

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in·de·scrib·a·ble (ĭn’dĭ-skrī’bə-bəl) adj. impossible to describe; exceeding description God is big. Really big. Really, really big. So big that He’s indescribable. In contrast, we are small. Really small. Really, really small. But not so small that God deems us insignificant. Rather, God considered humanity on tiny planet Earth so significant that He came to us…

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Ephesians. Verse-by-verse. For about 4 months. This is the the journey our teen girls’ Bible study has been taking, and it has been quite a ride. In the first chapter appears that little word with a huge meaning that will blow you away–“grace”–snuggled in tight with bigger words like “predestined” and “redemption” and “the guarantee…

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Play-dough+ Movie & popcorn +Obstacle course = A crazy Kids Klub Fun Night! Every so often, we plan a Fun Night for Kids Klub, something out-of-the-ordinary and unexpected (i.e. not advertised, lest we have more kids than we can manage). There were a few, though, who knew a “surprise” was coming and were fairly convinced…

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Enroute to Kids Klub yesterday evening, a conversation occurred that went something like this: Child: “What kind of church is this?”Me: “Christian.” Child: “Good! I’m a Christian, not a Catholic.”Me: “So how do you know you’re a Christian?”Child: “I have a godmother and a godfather.”Me: “So Christians have godmothers and godfathers, but Catholics don’t?”Child: “Yes…”…

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