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Fifth Lenten Reflection 2020

A LENTEN REFLECTION (Dated: April 9th, 2020) Christus ist auferstanden! If we were physically in church this Sunday morning, retired German teacher Ian Stanton, with a mischievous smile on his face, would likely come my way and say “Christus ist auferstanden!” (Christ...

Poem – Run to Jesus

Run to Jesus by Deborah Ann Belka   When your world crashes down, and you want to go far, far away run to Jesus and His loving arms for He'll protect you without delay.   When everything is going wrong, and your future isn't looking bright run to Jesus for...

Fourth Lenten Reflection 2020

A LENTEN REFLECTION (Dated: April 1st, 2020)   Hope in the Darkness "Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness." –Desmond Tutu The terrifying term “pandemic” has been headline news now for weeks.  You can not turn on the TV, radio, or...

A Lenten Prayer 2

A LENTEN PRAYER   Beloved, child of my heart, in this waiting, not yet time, - Come to Me. In times of knowing my faithfulness, goodness and joy, - Come to Me. In times of, not knowing, uncertainty and doubt, - Come to Me. In times where shadows loom and...

Third Lenten Reflection 2020

A LENTEN REFLECTION (Dated: March 25th, 2020)   I love the verse 1 Corinthians 13:12. It’s an often go to verse of mine. Why? Well, it reminds me that because I don’t have Gods “whole picture” perspective, there are always going to be things this side of heaven I...

A Lenten Prayer 1

A LENTEN PRAYER Father, Lent like Advent is a season of waiting. But sometimes, because we know how the "story" ends rather than choosing to slow down, to wait afresh, we are tempted to go straight to the finish, but by so doing, we may miss fresh glimpses of the One,...