Category Archives: Sunday sermonette

Draw Me to Yourself

  Today’s reflection is by Ted Loder from his book, Guerrillas of Grace In this moment draw me to yourself, Lord, and make me aware not so much of what I’ve given as of all I have received and so … Continue reading

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The Road That Makes All the Difference

Our reflection this week is by Traci Rabenstein, director of Mission Advancement for the Church of the Brethren. Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. — Matthew 4:1 During my junior … Continue reading

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Hope in the Midst of Pandemic

Today’s reflection is by Rev. Dr. Christopher Wilson. When we began the “stay in place” in March we were all scrambling.  Where can we go? How will my job situation be adapted? What will happen with school? How will church … Continue reading

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Beautiful Feet

Today’s reflection is by Beth Heath and based {loosely} on Isaiah 52:1-7. When I think of beautiful things, different images come to mind, not a single one of them has anything to do with feet. Feet are not beautiful. Sometimes … Continue reading

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Listening for God

Today’s devotional is from Martha Forsee. When was the last time you heard from God? Maybe you haven’t heard from Him because your ears have been deafened by the silence of loneliness, discouragement or exhaustion. Maybe God’s voice has been … Continue reading

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Remember Those Who Have Helped You

Today’s reflection is from Rev. Stavros Akrotirianakis of St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, Tampa, FL. Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations; ask your father, and he will show you; your elders and they … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Little Things

Our extraordinary reflection today is an ordinary encounter by an ordinary person, Linzi Aitken. It was one of those inconvenient little things, like waiting in line at the bank or losing your keys. Those inconvenient little things can jeopardize your … Continue reading

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The Passionate Pursuit of God

The passionate pursuit of God begins anew every day. As a follower of Jesus Christ we need to have time on a daily basis where we can read and focus on God’s Word (Bible); spend time in reflection and prayer; … Continue reading

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Hunger for Righteousness

I will give to the thirsty the springs of the Water of Life — as a gift! —Revelation 21:6 (TLB) God says only those who hunger after righteousness will receive it. God thrusts this heavenly manna on no one. You … Continue reading

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Speak Up

Christianity is not for wimps! Repeatedly in Scripture, Christians are warned if they stand for righteousness the world won’t like it and will attack.  So what should a believer do? Even those who have loving attitudes and are socially considerate … Continue reading

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