• Hope is eager expectation. Hope is waiting with the assurance that what one is waiting for will one day come true. The arrival of Jesus at Christmas is the fulfillment of hope. We celebrate God’s faithfulness and goodness. We are reminded that God will always come through on his promises.

  • Prayer is one of those practices that nearly every Christian admits is essential to walking with God. Prayer also happens to be a practice that most Christians struggle to do on a regular basis. Prayer seems so inefficient—there’s nothing tangible to show for it. It feels awkward—you are talking to someone who is not physically there.

  • We are called to mutual ministry. We are not called to sit in pews on Sunday. We are not called to be ignorant of our gifts and never use them. We are not called to just “be fed.”

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