Can humans be ‘grounded’ in God’s Spirit and ‘dirt’ at the same time? Can reading the message of the whole Bible help us value ‘dirt’ in proper relationship to God and Creation? What are the implications for our faith in living redemptively with ‘dirt’ in our current ecological crisis?

Read "Grounded for Good!...Spirituality of Dirt!" from Vic Kruger or  listen below:

Christian history has been almost entirely dominated by masculinity: masculine leadership, masculine theology, a masculine understanding of God. While many churches are now learning to be open to female leadership, our perspectives are still largely skewed towards masculinity in power and privilege. If we are to move towards the wholeness to which God calls us, as individuals and as communities, we need to continue to lift up and learn from feminine experiences and understandings of God.

Thanks to Katharine Funk for sharing her story and pushing us towards the fullness and "muchness" of God.

Read "Utterly You" from Joe Heikman and "Femininity" from Katharine Funk or listen to both below:

What do we do with the reality of illness and suffering in God's Good creation? It's all well and good to talk about how we are made "by God, of God" and this goodness is at the core of the universe and our physical bodies. But our bodies also wear down, get sick, reach their limits, and eventually die. What does our faith have to say about that?

Read "Sick and Tired?" from Joe Heikman or listen below:

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Worship: 10:45 a.m. 

Family Singing Time: 10:15 a.m. 
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