Author: Pastor Mark Larson

Weekly Devotion
“Who among you would say to your slave who has just come in from plowing or tending sheep in the field, ‘Come here at once and take your place at [...]
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Weekly Devotion
Most Holy God, the sin of racism hurts communities of color, fractures human relationships, and denies your good creation. 
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Weekly Devotion
But there is something else to the wisdom of Ecclesiastes.  Take a look at the lilies of the field or the intricate spiderweb on the back porch it suggests. 
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Weekly Devotion
Rather than a "balanced" life, it might be more helpful to try and nurture a "centered" life.
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Weekly Devotion
In light of this, it might be comforting to remember, as Professor Kathryn M. Schifferdecker points out, that Jesus' original followers weren't exactly a unified bunch.  They included a Zealot, one [...]
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Weekly Devotion
When one part of the body of Christ hurts, the whole body hurts. As we listen to people who are harmed by racism, we call to you, open our hearts, [...]
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Weekly Devotion
Luke presents Jesus as a model of prayer, who practices what he teaches. The message to the church is obvious: if prayer fuels the entire work of God in Luke’s [...]
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Weekly Devotion
We are known by God because we are loved by God.  Think about that.  Paul says, "For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then we will see face [...]
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Weekly Devotion
The nativity story in Matthew does not focus on the angels or the shepherds, but rather on the mysterious visitors from afar drawn to follow the Epiphany star.
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