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The Greatest Commandment: Soul

Water. Covered. Everything. Well, every inch of the floor. My feet were completely submerged in an ocean of water...gushing from our busted water heater. Unfortunately, we didn't realize the problem until 12 hours into the constant cascade of water onto the basement tile and carpet. Although a flooded basement is par for the course for… Continue reading The Greatest Commandment: Soul

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The Greatest Commandment – Heart

It's a new morning and a new week. Where is your heart in this moment? I'd like to explore the first part of Mark 12:30 today... I'll level with you. My heart isn't always where it needs to be when I wake up each morning. It's sometimes buried in worry or heavy with fear. Sometimes… Continue reading The Greatest Commandment – Heart

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The Greatest Commandment – One

Welcome to part one of my new Weekly Brew Devotional series - The Greatest Commandment! Today I want to jump head first into Scripture. No need to grab your Bible...here's what I'm looking at: On Saturday, I introduced this Scripture and gave a brief background on what Jesus is quoting. This Hebrew prayer was so… Continue reading The Greatest Commandment – One

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Weekly Brew: The Greatest Commandment Series

This week I'm diving into a brand new Weekly Brew Devotional series focused around some vital red letters from Scripture. Want in? Keep reading! After hearing this on the radio the other day, I found myself thinking this week of the Shema (pronounced Sheh-Ma) -- the Hebrew word for "hear" or "listen" and part of prayer from… Continue reading Weekly Brew: The Greatest Commandment Series

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Imagining Easter

He is Risen! Those glorious words resound throughout all nations this morning because, Praise be to God, our Saviour lives! I wanted to spend some time over this week mulling over the Easter story, from start to finish. I find that imagery really helps me better understand the Scriptures. And if there's anything to better understand… Continue reading Imagining Easter