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Baptism Profile: Derrick Lin

Name: Derrick Lin Hometown: Port Lavaca, TX Job: Student Background of faith: Non-Christian I was born in Port Lavaca TX, and ever since I could remember, I was taken to church by a family friend. Each Sunday I would wake up, dress up, and then rush out to catch a ride to church. However, at that time church was just […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 05.03.09

Liturgy God, we pray. Empower us to be bold participants, rather than timid followers in waiting; to exercise authority of honesty, rather than to defer to power or deceive to get it; to influence someone for justice, rather than impress anyone for gain; and by grace, help us find the treasures of joy, friendship, and peace hidden in the fields […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 04.26.09

Liturgy We believe that God the Father, Good Creator and giver of life, Calls us to love all creation And care for it as respectful stewards, To do justice, to love mercy, And to walk humbly with God. We believe that Jesus Christ, Sent from God to save and lead us, Teaches us to love God with heart, soul, mind, […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 04.19.09

Liturgy Holy are you, God of goodness, and blessed is Jesus Christ, who comes in your name. When he could have remained with you, he poured himself into the emptiness of our souls; casting aside his unity with you, he gathered up our brokenness to make us whole; proclaimed by the choirs of heaven, he humbled himself as a servant, […]

Joshua: Courage

April 19 to May 24, 2009 What are you afraid of? Failure? Rejection? Insignificance? Fear can be debilitating. Fear can keep us from living our lives as God intended and loving as Christ loved. Join us for a conversation on courage as we sashay through the book of Joshua. Week 1: Joshua 1: Joshua Week 2: Joshua 2: Rahab Week […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 04.12.09

Liturgy Christ Jesus, you hung upon a cross and died for us so that we might live for you Your body broken and your blood shed so that we might be healed and made whole You were faithful unto death so that we might be faithful unto life Your last command was that we might love one another, One family […]

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 04.05.09

Liturgy May this Lenten season be for us A time of learning to look, A time of learning to recognize the complex roots of injustice, To recognize the Gethsemanes in our community. May Lent be for us A time of learning to become an Easter people, A time of learning to recognize the deep roots of compassion, To recognize we […]