Monthly Archives: January 2014

Human-Trafficking and the SuperBowl

Check this article out.   http://www.redletterchristians.org/human-trafficking-super-bowl-huge-problem/ Advertisements

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Church – Cancelled

HI due to poor roads, Glenlea Mennonite is cancelled for this morning.   Dale

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Bulletin Preview

GLENLEA MENNONITE CHURCH Gathers for Worship on January 26, 2014   Focus statement: “You also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood.”   Welcome and Announcements Call to Worship Gathering Songs   … Continue reading

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Christian Love

This is from an article in Sojourners magazine by Stephen Matson     Within Christendom, we’re often taught the exactopposite: that doctrines, traditions, theologies, and distinct beliefs are the only things that do matter. It’s what separates churches, denominations, theologians, and those who … Continue reading

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On Christ the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand…

“If our security is in our map about God rather than in God himself, as revealed on the cross, we simply cannot leave the safety of our own shore to embrace the untamed beauty of a God for whom no … Continue reading

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Mystery

“While the self-sacrificial, loving character that God revealed on the cross is always the same, he is nevertheless God who remains beautifully mysterious even after he’s made himself known.”   Greg Boyd

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Functional Faith

“The idea that our beliefs are revealed in our choices and behaviours is related to James’s teaching that “faith without deeds is dead” (James 2:26).  What Jesus is not saying is, “Your faith is not enough.  You also need to … Continue reading

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