Kinetic: Trajectory

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On Sunday, Associate Pastor Alex York brought the message, continuing the series "Kinetic" with a sermon titled "Trajectory," taken from John 4 and the story of Jesus and the woman at the well. Pastor Alex knows well that the healthiest thing you can do after knee surgery is move. Motion is also ...

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Tags: kinetic, lent, trajectory, woman at the well

Kinetic: Born Again

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On Sunday, Pastor Ed continued his Lenten sermon series called "Kinetic," looking at Jesus' encounter with Nicodemus in John 3:1-21. 1)  Jesus is describing a radical spiritual reorientation. We tend to think of the Christian life as happening at the Application level, but it's really a ...

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Tags: born again, john 3, kinetic, motion

Kinetic: A Lenten Series

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On Sunday, Pastor Ed Allen began a new series for Lent called "Kinetic." Jesus was kinetic, in motion, the energy of God in a human body. Jesus creates motion in us.  He demands it. Jesus is constantly on the move and He wants us to choose to move toward Him. Jesus is a fork in the ...

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Tags: choosing god, disturbing, jesus, lent, kinetic

How to Relate to God

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This morning, Pastor Ed Allen continued his series on How to Relate to God.  And he began by having me (Sondy Eklund) tell my story.  I posted the write-up of what I said on my own blog.  I originally offered to speak to give a commercial for memorizing the Bible.  (Because it ...

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Tags: psalm 63, relate to god, business with god

How to Relate to God: Corporate Worship

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Last Sunday, Pastor Ed continued the series on "How to Relate to God" by talking about Corporate Worship.  The series is focusing on one of our core habits:  Practice creative devotion. The service began with a joyful baby dedication of twins. I am not healthily relating to God if I am ...

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Tags: gladness, practice creative devotion, relate to god, spirit and truth, worship

How to Relate to God: The Bible

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On Sunday, Pastor Ed Allen continued his sermon series "How to Relate to God," which focuses on the Habit we cultivate at Gateway:  Practice creative devotion. And this week, he talked about the Most Important Thing in relating to God:  The Bible.  It applies to every single day of ...

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Tags: bible, up, relate to god, practice creative devotion

How to Relate to God: Prayer

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Pastor Ed Allen is preaching a series going through the seven habits for building balanced spiritual lives.  Today he began focusing on the second habit in the "Up" direction: Practice creative devotion. This week, we're starting at the beginning, with Prayer, the language of our connection ...

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Tags: child, lover, prayer, up, creative devotion

Sermon Response: Financial Management

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Here's the post with this week's devotional on Financial Management. This week, Pastor Ed Allen continued his series on Self-Management by talking about Financial Management.  This is continuing to discuss a practice we strive for as a congregation, Using our resources with wisdom and ...

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Tags: self-management, up, financial managment, using our resources

Sermon Response: Time Management

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I'm thinking about trying something different in posting about Sunday's sermon.  In the past, I've posted detailed notes.  Now I'm wondering if we'd get more response if I just post a summary and ask for comments.  Did the sermon touch your life this week?  Did it remind you of ...

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Tags: resources, time management, up, self-management

Celebrating Christmas!

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This year, we won't be having regular Sunday services because of Christmas and New Year's Eve, but here's what we do have in store: Christmas Eve Services! This year, we're having two services on Christmas Eve.  The first, at 4:00, will be family-oriented, and will not have any fire. The ...

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Tags: brunch, christmas, christmas eve, new year's, prayer

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