God created us as good and holistic humans.  While we need not be defined by our physical bodies, our physical health is certainly one part of who we are.  How do we use our bodies to best walk humbly with our God and walk humbly with those around us?  One example of this is the Pilgrimage for Indigenous Rights that happened in springtime, demonstrating how healthy bodies perhaps can lead to healthier spirits and a healthier world.

Read "Working Out from Within - Physical & Spiritual Fitness" from Amy Peters or  listen below:

If God in her goodness and fullness cares for our human bodies, what about all the other embodied creatures that fill our world? All of Creation is intimately linked with the Creator. Does that common root call us to respect and compassion for the animals and plants and microscopic organism with whom we share God's space and Spirit?

Read "Many Creatures" from Joe Heikman or  listen below:

Hopefully by now you've heard that we are "created by God, of God" (Julian of Norwich), and yes, that means you and your body are Good. Period.

But what about those our societies labels as "disabled" - those bodies and minds that don't function at what we think of as full capacity? Can we be both whole and disabled? Where is God's healing in the midst of our brokenness?

 

Read "Whose Healing?" 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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