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Todd Simonis

The Fight For Our Identity

“Staying connected to the vine” and “producing fruit” isn’t about our effort. It’s about our identity.

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Rob Sturdy

The Fount of All Fathers

More than ever before, there is science to back up what good poets and authors have always known: the world is hungry for the love of their fathers. But even before the poet, it’s the Bible that lets us know there is a father hunger in this world.

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Todd Simonis

The Nearness of God

What has happened to the Ephesians (and us) to cause such a difference between being hopeless aliens and strangers, to now being called citizens and members of the household of God?

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Tyler Prescott

Redefining The People Of God

There is an inside and outside to the people of God, and we’re going to be surprised at how those lines are drawn.

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Corey Prescott

Jesus and the Renewed Mind

What has profoundly changed in these Gentile partakers of the promise found in Christ that Paul is addressing in Ephesians?

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Todd Simonis

Jesus, Son of Man

From the disciples’ perspective, this was the exact opposite of what was supposed to happen. Jesus wasn’t supposed to suffer. He wasn’t supposed to be killed. That wasn’t the plan.

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Rob Sturdy

The Eucatastrophe

The big difference between our world and the world of the fairy story is this: even when we get our heart’s desire, rarely is it what we thought it would be. Isaiah says a time is coming when that will change.

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Shay Gaillard

What Christians Believe, Proclaim, and Know

Paul writes in Thessalonians that he did not want them to suffer because they didn’t know what to believe, or to proclaim, or to know; so he taught them.

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Tyler Prescott

The Unexpected Jesus

This Jesus is not who the crowd is asking for. He is not who the crowd is expecting, and if we’re honest with ourselves, he is not who we expected either.

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