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September 20, 2017 Lure by Dr. John Stumbo, President of the C&MA It’s a good thing I’m not a fish. I’d be dead. In-a-frying-pan dead. I was in northern Wisconsin for a couple days during the summer. With a significant decision to make and 0
September 13, 2017 The Quality of the Offering by Tim Keller, Lead Pastor One day God confronted the most spiritual group of people in the world with a question; “Where is the respect I’m due?” He asked. “Whoa!” they replied. “Where have we failed to show You the 0
September 6, 2017 Fasting and Prayer (again) by Steve Wiggins, Lead Pastor at Immanuel Alliance Church “When we work, we work. When we pray, God works.” I learned this phrase several years ago and it still challenges me every time I hear it, both personally and as 0
September 2, 2017 Fasting and Prayer by Tim Keller, Lead Pastor One of the most frequently neglected means of glorifying God is the discipline of fasting. In the Bible a fast was a designated time for God’s people to step away from routine things like food 0
August 23, 2017 The Loving “No” by Tim Keller, Lead Pastor We live in a time where a politician is evaluated largely based on whether or not he votes for additional funding.  If he decides to vote to cut funding for research into a particularly cruel 0
March 25, 2017 I Saw the Church Today An article from the 3/22 Weekly Update by Tim Keller I saw the Church today. No, not the building at 237 E. North; I saw the Church today in all its glory. The people, the called out ones, the body of 0
March 15, 2017 Cutting Through Cinder Blocks An article from the 3/15 Weekly Update by Tim Keller Every time in the New Testament that a group of Christians got together to seek the face of God humbly in prayer, there was a manifest display of the power 0
March 8, 2017 What They Feed Me I Will Swallow An article from the 3/8/17 Weekly Update by Tim Keller On a cold and blustery winter day your next-door neighbor stops at your house and drops off a container of vegetable soup. Warmed by the thought of such a kind 0
March 1, 2017 Sitting Back in the Harness An article from the 3/1/17 Weekly Update by Bev Bussom Recently I have really enjoyed reading a series of fiction novels by a specific author. In the current book, the main character felt quite nervous about his transportation plan! He was 0
February 22, 2017 Speak to Her An article from the 2/22/17 Weekly Update by Tim Keller I got to the restaurant an hour before my scheduled meeting. As per usual, I asked the server for a table in the back where I could work for an 0