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2017 - This Year Will Be Different

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Giving

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Showing God's Love in our community through:  Open Hearts, Bended Knees and Willing Hands.

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Let The Spirit Change Your Story

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Merry Christmas...pkes

Merry Christmas...God Bless Us Everyone

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I'm Bankrupt Without Love

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The fourth week of Advent, the last Sunday before Christmas, boasts of love. The gift of Christmas was given on a starry night, to the parents of a young couple traveling in obedience to the harsh rules of an oppressive government. The gift of God’s love, lying in a feeding trough, was and is for those of us who despite our failures and our brokenness and our mistakes, a gift of love shown more in deeds than in words.

20/20 Vision

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How's your ability to see the image of God in others?
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Advent - Joy

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The third  week of Advent   reminds us about the joy that is ours  because God has entered the world. Angels heralded the birth of the Messiah and kings came from the east to worship and marvel at what God had begun in Bethlehem. Joy to the world the Lord has come... While happiness is an emotion that can disappear as quickly as it rises to the surface, Godly joy is both a gift and a choice. We can choose to open the gift of God's Spirit, or leave it wrapped, under the tree and untouched - we have that choice. We can choose to live in an attitude of resentment; anger and fear or we can choose to pursue the joy of the Lord, exemplified by the baby lying in a manger. The joy that the Christ-child came to bring us is outside this world, its celestial and it's otherworldly; God's gift of joy is unconquerable.

Christ in Christmas

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I love the idea of keeping Christ in Christmas; I'm  possessed with the idea of keeping Christ in Christians...PKES 

Give Peace a Chance

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As a product of the love in, drop out philosophy of the 60’s, I became intimately familiar with the counter-culture chant of the day: “give peace a chance” This week marks the second week of Advent, the pregnant expectation of the coming of the Christ child, proclaimed by the angels when they heralded: "Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace..." The Hebrew word for peace is often translated shalom - completeness or well being. Jesus came not only to save us from our selves, but to give us, and to share with us, the peace or shalom, of God. While peace may seem elusive, the best I can offer is a short simple prayer: Let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me! Amen

Ministering with the Gift of Toys

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Waking up Christmas morning, with no toys under the tree, might be acceptable for some adults, but for the kids - we can do better as a community. While Jesus' birth is why we celebrate Christmas, our love for God and neighbor is shown more in deeds than in words; So we share!










Heights Interfaith Ministry's director, Alice Bongers, relaxing with some new friends. TY to all those who helped make this year's toy give-a-way a huge success...pkes