Don't Stop at the Door

Grace is scandalous, controversial, and unexpected. Grace is the Good News that God has not only chosen and accepted us but made a clear way for us to get to Him and live in fellowship with the Trinity. Grace is the voice that calls us home, the door we enter through, and the home we abide in.

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Power in Action

There is suffering when people abuse power, and there is suffering when people entrusted with power fail to use it faithfully. If you’re a believer, you have been entrusted with the power of the Kingdom of God. Practically, you have a voice, resources, time, talent, story, and influence. One small step in the direction of power can change your story and somebody else’s story, too.

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Nina Kazarian
A Washing of Feet

Power can seem like a threatening, unsafe word. But when we look at how Jesus uses it, it becomes a safe, encouraging, empowering word. When we use power the way Jesus did, people get free. If you’ll remember, the men whose feet were washed that day are the same men who turned around and built the Church.

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Nina Kazarian
The Art of Surrender

As a family, we’re talking about the dichotomy of surrender versus control. In reality, most of us live in the tension between grappling for control and living in self-abandoned trust. But what if we gave into that brave, dangerous, heroic life of unbridled trust in the triune God?

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How the Holy Spirit Transformed My Life

Much like the parable of the man who built his house on unsteady ground, when I grew old enough to make my way into the world, my upbringing and foundation crumbled…It was around this time that I felt the presence of the Holy Spirit for the first time since my youth.

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