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Anticipation!

I love having something to look forward to…vacations, birthdays, holidays, even worship each Sunday. Over the years I have found that anticipation is a huge motivator for me in so many ways. And anticipation for life to return to normal here at 34th & Farnam has me counting the days until we kick off a […]

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The Summer of Reconnection

I hope that you are beginning to see some of the signs of re-emergence that I see. More and more, as vaccines are administered and larger percentages of folks are vaccinated, we are beginning to see a return towards normal. I chose that word quite carefully. I do not believe we have seen (or will […]

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A Different Kind of Worship

During this time of this pandemic, one positive that has come from this has been a reassessment of what worship is about. We, as a society, have often fallen into the trap of thinking that worship is about US. What WE like, the hymns and style of music WE like, what WE think should be […]

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Thriving this Summer!

I do not think I am alone when I say these past two months have been hard! I have found some days I am overwhelmed with grief as I am not able to be physically with those I love and care for the way I am used to being. Other days I am filled with […]

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We Were Made to Thrive!

In September I introduced our theme for the 2019-2020 year – Thrive. Normally during late April and early May our discipleship programs are winding down…this year is a little different. As we continue to be in a waiting period for the all clear to be able to come out of our physical distancing cocoons, we […]

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Discipleship – Thrive

There is something about Fall that I love! I think it is a combination of all the things that go into the changing of the season; the cooler weather and the colors on the trees as they begin to shed their leaves.  Fall reminds me that all things have a season, even us! Sometimes we […]

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Pastor’s Manna – Signs of Change

 Signs of Change  As much as some of us might not want to admit it, the autumn and early winter season has come upon us:  •You can hear the wind blowing through the trees  •You can smell the fireplaces lighting up, beginning to warm our homes and hearts.  •You can feel the briskness of the […]

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