Faithful- Not Great or Powerful

Thursday, March 22 Faithful – Not Great or Powerful Dennis Moles Day 33—Read Luke 21   It’s easy to become discouraged, especially when there seems to be such inequality and a lack of justice in the world. On a societal level we wonder why the good die young and nice...

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Whose Inscription is on You? – Lent Day 32

Wednesday, March 21 Whose Inscription is on You? Mark Pietscher Day 32—Read Luke 20   The United States was born from a revolution which began mainly because of taxes levied by a foreign government. Taxation is one law that affects almost every individual, and therefore is watched very closely by almost...

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Uniquely Equipped – Lent Day 29

Saturday, March 17 Uniquely Equipped Jessie Montoya Day 29—Read Luke 19 I’ve never been the neatest person. My mom used to refer to me as “Messy Jessie”. One of my least favorite chores was cleaning my room, which was admittedly, usually a disaster. I would be sent to my room...

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I Don’t Get It – Lent Day 27

Friday, March 16 I Don’t Get It Carrie Stelma Day 27—Read Mark 9   “I don’t get it.” Have you ever been afraid to admit to that statement? Maybe it was when the teacher explained the assignment, but you looked around and everyone else seemed to understand, so you didn’t...

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Persistence – Lent Day 26

Thursday, March 15 Persistence Allison Stevens Day 26—Read Luke 18   We have a 17-year-old dog who is the most persistent little canine. When she needs something, no matter what it is, she scratches the front door, and she won’t give up until she gets what she wants. I have...

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Rise and Go – Lent Day 25

Wednesday, March 14 Rise and Go Max Colley Day 25—Read Luke 17    Luke 17 has some key verses on forgiveness, faith, thankfulness and the kingdom. I want to focus on the story of the ten leprous men that Jesus healed. The men asked for Jesus’s mercy. He told them...

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Lost-ness – Lent Day 23

Monday, March 12 Lost-ness Chris Lemke Day 23—Read Luke 15 “Son, you are always with me…” – Mark 15:31 Every time I read this chapter, I’m drawn to the closing paragraph, the narrative describing the displeasure of the older brother of the prodigal. The audience to these three parables consists...

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