There are consequences for what we've done. How do we deal with the harm we've done--to ourselves and to others, in the past and ongoing--in constructive ways?

We need to take responsibility. But this is easier said than done. Why do we get stuck in cycles of harm, why is taking responsibility so difficult? Where can we look for models of authentic, meaningful responsibility-taking?

Read What Do We Do With What We've Done - Responsiblity from Heather Peters or listen below.

 

Call it sin, or failures, debts, trespasses, baggage, mistakes, regrets...what do we do with it? Those of us familiar with church language know "the right answer:" Repent! But what does that mean for the legitimately mess of real life? And where do we begin?

Read Here Is Grace from Joe Heikman or listen below.

This sermon began with a scene from Les Miserables , the 2012 musical movie version. The scene is of the convict Valjean’s encounter with a bishop, who meets Valjean’s act of thievery with kindness and generosity.

Download the video clip here: Les Miserables (2012) - "Saved For Grace"

After two months of sermons about hope, has anything changed? Beyond helping us to feel better, does hope get "results"? Let's look at two stories from the book of Judges, of Samson and Gideon, to see what we can learn from big muscles and fragile cookware.

Read Jars of Clay from Joe Heikman or listen below.

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When

Sunday Mornings
9:45 a.m. Adult Sunday School
10:15 a.m. Family Singing Time
10:45 a.m. Worship
Junior Sunday School During Service

Special Services and Times
Dec 29 & Jan 5 - No Jr Sunday School or Family Singing

Contact

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Pastor Joe Heikman
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Pastor Eileen Klaassen
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