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2612, 2022

Merry Christmas!

December 26th, 2022|

This year, following three candlelight services on the 23rd and the 24th of December, we offered “church at home” for New Life Church and anyone else who discovered our post.

It was a fun service that we recorded in someone’s living room. We wanted it to feel like Christmas morning at home. I hope you enjoyed it, and were inspired to worship Jesus because of it.

1712, 2022

Physician, Heal Thyself

December 17th, 2022|

Yesterday I attended my first prayer gathering of pastors from the Everett area. It was refreshing, sincere, mutually supportive, and powerful. I plan to attend these gatherings in the future, whenever possible.

The Church has gone through a rough stretch during the past few years as politics and social issues have taken the forefront for many believers and differences have been elevated above the things that unite us.  This has resulted in decline, division, and disenfranchisement, with many believers severing the essential connection with the Church. Research indicates that every major denomination in the United States is in a current trend […]

1312, 2022

The Arrival of Peace

December 13th, 2022|

Yuletide anxiety and stress can quickly bury “good new, of great joy, for all people”. Next thing you know, you’re living the nightmare before Christmas.

Yet the story of the shepherds bring into focus the reality that peace isn’t found in circumstances, or places, but it is found in our hearts, because of The Prince of Peace.

 

 

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812, 2022

Constant Change

December 8th, 2022|

Personal confession: I do not love change. Actually, I like to see things changed for the better, but once they are better, I like them to stay that way. I am a little bit change averse. Change is disruptive, creates uncertainty, and is a little bit stressful. Maybe even a lot stressful.

Yet we live in a culture of rapid change. We must be adaptable and flexible. Change is exciting. We are called to be agents of change, for the good. We want to change the world. We want to create change […]

612, 2022

The Arrival – Love (Heidi Messner)

December 6th, 2022|

Week two of Advent at New Life Church in Everett.
Heidi challenges us to rethink our ideas of love and to adopt a Biblical view of loving others.
I loved the testimony, the Advent candle lighting, communion, and the message.

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