Good News: it’s faith, not law

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‘Before faith came, we were imprisoned and guarded under the law.’ Just because it’s a law, doesn’t mean we do it! Killing for example – taking a human life – is both morally and legally wrong. ‘Thou shall not kill’ is a commandment, and murder is illegal in every land. Yet this doesn’t stop us…

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Good News: We belong to a holy love triangle

Trinity

Christians believe in the Trinity – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. One of the best definitions of the Trinity is that it’s a ‘holy love triangle’. It’s a unique part of our faith – God is revealed as one God in three persons. Why is this so important? We’re part of a dynamic faith. And…

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Pentecost Good News: We understand each other through the Holy Spirit

2 Minutes of Good News

The Feast of Pentecost in the Christian calendar is the day the Holy Spirit rushes in over the gathered disciples. People speaking different languages suddenly understand one another. Some were amazed. Some sneered and literally accused the disciples of being drunk. But regardless of divisive feelings, those gathered found common ground. We are living in…

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Good News: We have spiritual power

Good News 5.30.22

the Good News: we have spiritual power. In our Acts reading this week, Paul and Silas cast a spirit out of a girl and pray in jail till the walls come down around them! They have spiritual power. Fresh from Pentecost, filled with the Holy Spirit, they seem to perform supernatural feats. In our Gospel…

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Does your church have a ‘tech stack?’

A ‘tech stack’ is ‘the collection of tools, platforms, apps, and pieces of software a company uses to build its products, carry out its business operations, and monitor its performance metrics,’ according to Hubspot. It’s the intentional use and integration of technology into the work a business does, in order to make it easier, more…

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Good News: We’re still in the middle of the story

We’re reading from the Book of Revelation in the Easter season. It makes me wonder how much we think about the first and the last words of the Bible. The first ones are very well known: ‘In the beginning…’, Genesis 1:1. But I’m not sure we know the end as well: ‘the grace of the…

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