“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the assessment that something else is more important than fear.” US President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, spoke these words and they speak to me of prioritizing. Yes, there may be fear about an action, or new idea, or some conflict, but there are priorities present for working … Continued
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“Enter” is a command, while “Welcome” is an invitation. In our beloved hymn, we command people to Enter! Rejoice! Come in! I love that hymn, and yet I wonder about what comes next. I asked somebody close to me what they thought of what it meant to be really welcomed somewhere. They said, invited in … Continued
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With long sunny days and green fields everywhere, August’s theme of DELIGHT is easily imagined. Delight is more than enjoyment—it’s an invitation to a multi-sensory experience. Imagine the delight of standing on the ocean shore and listen-ing to the waves, smelling the salt air, and feeling the ocean breeze. Where do you find delight? Worship … Continued
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Presented by guest speaker Rev. Barbara Jung, former pastor of First Unity Church in South Bend.