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Sabbath Rest : How

“If we do not regularly quit work for one day a week, we take ourselves far too seriously. The moral sweat pouring off […]

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The Advent of Liberation

Sean Mortenson / December 16, 2016
advent, christmas, gospel, story, war

“Roll out the barrel! Your Christmas will be here today or tomorrow.”   In his 2007 documentary The War, Ken Burns’ weaves the […]

Loving Our Neighbors in Everyday Life

Sean Mortenson / October 27, 2016
evangelism, mission, outward focus

And Jesus answered, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your […]

Against ‘Locker Room Talk’ & The Culture It Reveals

Sean Mortenson / October 12, 2016
assault, rape, women

“Try to absorb how acceptable the disesteem and objectifying of women has been when some Christian leaders don’t think it’s that big a […]

Giving & Finances

Sean Mortenson / September 22, 2016
finances, giving, money

We want to model wise stewardship of the resources entrusted to us, with a grateful heart and generous spirit.   Below you will find an overview […]

Learning to Lament, Choosing to Listen, & Leading with Repentance

Sean Mortenson / July 9, 2016
race, racism

“This is simply a call for white Christians to sacrifice so that black Americans can have life. That is the Christlike path for us.” […]

The Complicated Blessing of Our Relationship With SPC

Sean Mortenson / June 10, 2016
building, church, Presbyterian, SPC, vision

“If God wants to give us a complex, delicate relationship to navigate in order to root us in humility from the start, we are […]

More Thoughts On ‘An Invitation To Honesty’

Sean Mortenson / June 2, 2016
grace, honesty, leadership, psalms, weakness

“As we read the Psalms, we are entering into the sanctuary, the place where God meets men and women in a special way. […]

Grace Training

Sean Mortenson / May 5, 2016
contrast community, discipleship, grace, titus

Titus 2:11 tells us that “the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people, TRAINING us…” That word training seems to […]

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