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Tim Basselin - Feb 19, 2017

Living in the Tension between Grace and Law

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A Better View

We live in a culture plagued by certainty. Everyone is sure they see each issue or situation with perfect clarity. Deep down, we know that’s not true, that no one is always right. How can we [...]

Dying of Thirst

All too often, we equate faith with feeling. If we don't feel God, we must lack faith. But true faith is trusting God's character and calling even when we don't sense God's presence. By [...]

A Legacy of Life

What is it like to be on the receiving end of ME? What kind of legacy am I leaving? Who is in my wake? God's call of Abram invites us to consider how we can leave a legacy of life.

The First Failure

We don’t like rules. Especially when it comes to religion, we see rules as God’s way of restricting us, keeping us from living a full, fun life. But the story of the first sin reveals that God’s [...]

God on the Ground

Like most people, we look for God in super-spiritual places, on mountain tops. But the good news of the Transfiguration is that God leaves the mountain to live among us, on the ground, in the [...]

The Gap Between Law and Love

We struggle to understand the connection between the rules of faith and the love of God. Is God’s love conditional? Or are the rules suggestions without consequences? Psalm 119 and Leviticus 19 [...]

What God Really Wants

Should the Church focus more on personal holiness or social justice? The question plagues many Christians, but it’s a false dichotomy. This week’s prophet and poet help us discern how we embody [...]

Why Should I Fear?

Nobody likes change, but change is inevitable. Fortunately, the God we worship does not leave us to figure out a changing world or life circumstances on our own. Rather, God embraced the pain of [...]