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Keep your heart “Open For (Spiritual) Business”

When you open up your heart, love rushes in open flushes out anger, bitterness, guilt and the hurtful things that enslave you. Open-hearted love doesn’t mean unconditional approval. An open heart can deeply care about people while strongly disagreeing with … Continue reading

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Drano, Liquid Plummer, & clogged up church

Christian leaders should be like plumbers, unclogging people’s drains so they can freely flow with the gifts of the Spirit. Jesus said that His “Liquid Plummer” (“rivers of living water”) will flow from His followers’ hearts. Take the top off … Continue reading

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The One Minute Easter Service

Short on time? Celebrate Easter with a quick, one minute service.

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Easter Requiem For Church As Usual

Members of Christ’s body meet, Gagged and bound (hand and heart), By tradition, protocol, and hierarchy. They’re not allowed to be doers, But are lined up in rows as hearers only, Gathered to be restrained, Not permitted to freely speak … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday as it really happened (not as it’s talked about in church)

Palm Sunday wasn’t a lecture by a religious professional but rather spontaneous declarations of praise by everyday people. It was everyday people celebrating the presence of the living Jesus, not a religious talk about Jesus in the past. Palm Sunday … Continue reading

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Some Simmering Simmsisms

When wrong is called right and right is called wrong, moral confusion soon comes along. Don’t let your life be directed by happenstance, but by a holy stance! Much of what we experience and how we feel today will be … Continue reading

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Rethinking freedom — what is it?

Freedom includes the right to disagree with people’s ideas, statements, choices, and lifestyles. However, it doesn’t give us a right to mistreat people. When how things are described becomes more important than how things really are, deception sets in. None … Continue reading

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