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2018 Theme

What does the number 2018 signify? Why a new year of course… another trip around the sun and back to where we started. It tells us that we have made the journey more than two thousand times since the birth of Christ. It represents the flow of time… cyclic, repeating itself and yet moving forward. It represents the new year that comes after the old year 2017. It represents the moving forward and coming back, which is part and parcel to what life is all about. It is with this in mind that we come to our theme for 2018… “Renew!” This word will be the focal point for the year. “Renew”… what a great word that is: “Re” means “back” or “again.” “New” means… Well, it means what it says. “New.” The idea is that everything can be “new again.” Old things are still around. But they aren’t old anymore. The Apostle John proclaims it in Revelation 21:5. 5 He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” Then he said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.” 2018 is the year for renewal. Let’s seek it in all areas of our spiritual lives.

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    2018 Theme

    What does the number 2018 signify? Why a new year of course… another trip around the sun and back to where we started. It tells us that we have made the journey more than two thousand times since the birth of Christ. It represents the flow of time… cyclic, repeating itself and yet moving forward. It represents the new year that comes after the old year 2017. It represents the moving forward and coming back, which is part and parcel to what life is all about. It is with this in mind that we come to our theme for 2018… “Renew!” This word will be the focal point for the year. “Renew”… what a great word that is: “Re” means “back” or “again.” “New” means… Well, it means what it says. “New.” The idea is that everything can be “new again.” Old things are still around. But they aren’t old anymore. The Apostle John proclaims it in Revelation 21:5. 5 He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” Then he said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.” 2018 is the year for renewal. Let’s seek it in all areas of our spiritual lives.

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Peace

During this Holiday season people all around the U.S. just seem to be a little nicer, a little more generous and a little more Joyful. ‘Tis the Season to be Jolly Fa la la la and all that Jazz. This holiday season, especially Christmas, emphasizes Peace, Love and Happiness!!

The Holiday season is one my favorite times of the year! I love seeing Christmas lights and the smell of Christmas trees. I also love the act of giving to one another while remembering the ultimate gift to the world which is the birth of Jesus, and that we have the opportunity to go back in time and experience the story of him being born and all the great things he’d do, based on our interpretation when we reading the Bible.

But I want to focus on the word Peace.

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The Eyes Of Our Hearts

A major theme in my prayer life this year has been the plea that God would empower me to see what He wants me to see and in the way that He wants me to see it. Within that prayer I have told Him that, more than anything He could give me, what I really want is Him. As with so many deep longings, there is a song that comes to mind. It goes, “Open the eyes of my heart Lord that I may see you.”

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Amazed Again!

Last Sunday afternoon was a wonderful day of fun and fellowship at South Lakes Park. God gave us blue skies and great weather. There was face painting, games, music, candy, costumes, hot dogs, real dogs, and of course WATER. And we walked! Some carried heavy containers of water to experience what it is like in Africa. It was all good. Lots of fun and good fellowship!

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It’s Not Really About Facebook

A lot of my daily attention and energy is directed toward various forms of social media, and I could write a novel about how much of a time waster those tools can be. Thankfully, other people have already tackled that subject, and it’s not my intent to guilt anyone about how much time you spend on the internet (at least not in this blog post.) However, I have spent a lot of time lately pondering how to be genuine and encouraging in my use of Facebook and Instagram, specifically. I’m an editor by trade, so I naturally limit my posts to the aspects of my day that I feel are worthy of being widely and permanently shared. There’s an ongoing discussion about how social media does not tell the whole story of a person’s life and to judge your success against someone else’s newsfeed is not only damaging, it’s also ridiculous. As a young mom, my days literally contain a lot of human waste. And diaper changes don’t get posted to my Instagram account. Neither do the arguments with my hyper-verbal four-year-old. It doesn’t usually occur to me in the middle of cleaning up yet another cup of spilled milk to snap an artistically framed picture of the mess.

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Cookies & Peanut Butter

More and more I am finding myself in discussions and arguments about worship. Here’s something that I have found odd in my life as a Christian. No matter how on-fire for Jesus and spiritually filled some Christians are, and no matter how lukewarm or worldly other Christians are, both will get extremely fired up, opinionated and outspoken about worship styles and what takes place in a Sunday morning assembly. What these differences often boil down to is either reluctance toward change, or a desire for change.

Here’s one of my favorite new quotes:

“Change is like peanut butter. Some of us love it, crave it, and thrive on it. While others among us go into anaphylactic shock and stop breathing.”

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