Thirst and water; that’s our human need and God’s provision.  With that Samaritan woman at the well, we yearn for physical and spiritual water that refreshes.  Like Australian outback ranchers, may we dig wells rather than build fences.

Read “Come to the Water” from Ken Bechtel or listen below:

Sometimes, wonder is something we do with our minds:  to wonder is to question, to explore, to contemplate.  

Other times, wonder is something we do with our hearts, our emotions, our gut: to wonder is marvel, to be amazed, to have our breath taken away.

Sometimes those two come together, the questions in our minds and our hearts, often where our reality is less than our ideal, where we wonder why this is happening to us, why we fail or lose or hurt, why everything is so far out of control.  This, too, is wonder.

We wonder because there are limits to our understanding.  We wonder because we are small.  We wonder because we are frail, mortal, because the realities of life and goodness also include death and suffering.

For more thoughts on wonder and what it means to listen for God's voice, read "...(listening)..." from Joe Heikman or listen below:

Lent begins with a wilderness journey, in the footsteps of Jesus.  What awaits us in the wild spaces, and why would we go there voluntarily when they tend to force their way upon us all to often on their own?  This Sunday we also said our farewells to Krista as associate pastor, so what gifts has she given to us for our journey?

Read "What's In Your Wilderness?" from Joe Heikman or listen below:

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Worship: 10:45 a.m. 

Family Singing Time: 10:15 a.m. 
Junior Sunday School During Worship

 

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