Breather — Greetings from Greece, Part 4

ruins of Corinth in Greece
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If you’ve ever felt that you were in the presence of God, you might have wondered why we don’t feel that way all the time. Maybe you’ve even felt God’s absence. What can help us process the sense that God isn’t present? Pastor Luke preaches from Acts 18:1–18 in “Breather,” the concluding message in his series “Greetings from Greece.”

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The Missing Word – Article One, Part 3

two ravens
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The early church described God as a loving heavenly Father and the creator of heaven and earth. Later Christians said they didn’t say enough, that “Creator” alone doesn’t accurately describe God. What did they leave out? And is it really all that important? Pastor Luke looks at in “The Missing Word,” part 3 of his 4-part series “Article One.”

Planners – Part 5 of Joseph the Patriarch

Joseph proposed a plan to Pharaoh, who choose Joseph to carry it out. Sometimes it works out that way for our plans, too. But sometimes, our plans don’t work out, and we have to scramble to adapt when things go sideways. What does it mean when God overturns our carefully-laid plans (or permits them to be overturned by circumstances)? Joseph’s story suggests how we might interpret the times in our life when our plans have to change. Pastor Luke looks at Genesis 41 in “Planners,” part 5 of his 6-part series “Joseph the Patriarch.”

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