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September 2018

The Game of Life

By | Perspective

I’ve been thinking a lot about Board Games and Worship. Together. Yes, at the same time. This may seem like a strange intellectual intersection. It’s likely a consequence of me playing D&D on Fridays as a dwarf cleric named after a 4th century theologian….

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How is God Calling You?

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Join a group heading out to Toast restaurant in the Fallbrook neighborhood for good conversation specifically around the topic of vocation. How is God calling you in your work, both as a student and in your future? What are you concerns? Joys? Carve out…

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Scripture, Slang & Sex

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Earlier this week I made a terrible mistake. In the context of a brief Bible Study with some of our leaders based on John 4:1-26—the Samaritan Woman at the Well, where Jesus talks about himself as the Water of Life—I asked the students, “What…

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Truth in Many Places

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by Tessa Faust This semester at staff meetings we are reading Barbara Brown Taylor’s book The Luminous Web: Essays on Science and Religion. These essays explore creation and evolution. Do we believe in science, or do we believe in God? Can we believe in both?…

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Wood & Wine Fall Fundraiser

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Mark your calendar now for Sunday, September 30th for Wood & Wine! After 14 years of a wonderful, successful Wood Auction, we are making a shift to a new fall event. We will host our Wood & Wine event at Glacial Till Vineyard &…

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