Another Pentecost Moment
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by Aaron Manes, Arapaho UMC
3d ago
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The Holy Spirit Idea
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by Aaron Manes
1w ago
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Jesus Inclusive Movement
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by Aaron Manes
2w ago
Jesus brings the outsider in and calls them "friend ..read more
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Gods Open Table
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by Aaron Manes
3w ago
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When We Walk By
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by Aaron Manes
1M ago
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One For the Road
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by Aaron Manes
1M ago
The Gospel of Luke introduces us to two new characters at nearly the end of the story, which is an odd choice, to be sure. Weirder still is the lengthy encounter they have with a stranger on their road back home, and how this stranger changes the course of their journey and ours. We might think we know how the story ends, but resurrection might just surprise us once again ..read more
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We’re gonna need a bigger boat!
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by Aaron Manes
1M ago
After the crucifixion and burial of Jesus, many of the disciples got back to their old lives, which for some meant fishing. The disciples in John are shown fishing and pulling up empty nets, until they encounter a “stranger” and… well, the story changes. Let’s talk about what it feels like to “fish with empty nets,” and how resurrection can invite us into a posture of abundance ..read more
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Easter 2024
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by Aaron Manes
2M ago
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The Jesus Story
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by Aaron Manes
2M ago
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Take a Knee
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by Aaron Manes
2M ago
The word for “bless” in Hebrew is closely related to the word for “kneel.” The idea is that to praise someone and to receive a blessing is the same body posture… kneeling. We will look at the passage from Psalm 103 that underscores this linguistic lesson, as well as the story of Jesus washing the disciples feet as a practical example of how kneeling invites praise and blessing for all involved. This will lead us into a theology of servant leadership and humility at the core of the Christian message, that to bless and be blessed is to adopt a posture of kneeling–before God and before others ..read more
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