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Advent Prayer of Lament

By vintagechurch  -  On 08 Dec, 2014 -  0 comments

In the face of intense sadness or shocking tragedy or confusing issues, it’s often tough to find words to pray. You want to call out to God about what you see but might not fully understand or fully grasp, but you don’t even know where to start. In those times, a prayer of lament is

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Understanding A People’s Pain by Aaron Anderson

By vintagechurch  -  On 04 Dec, 2014 -  0 comments

Recent events have brought to light the effects of sin in our nation. The court decisions surrounding the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown at the hand of police officers have stirred emotions, debate, and raised questions for doubters, seekers, and followers of Christ. As a church, we want to walk in humility and

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Psalm 87 Discussion: JoAnna Pittman

By vintagechurch  -  On 04 Dec, 2014 -  0 comments

When my heart is aching, and my soul is quenched, and I have difficulty seeing the good in my life, thoughts of heaven are typically not pervading my mind. When we look at the psalms that precede Psalm 87, and especially the psalm that comes after it, we see that the authors are struggling to

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Joshua Komer / December

By vintagechurch  -  On 01 Dec, 2014 -  0 comments

Join us for an opening reception December 5, 6 – 9p at The City Gallery.   Throughout December The City Gallery will feature works by photographer Joshua Komer. Read more about Joshua and his work over on the City Gallery page.

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Community Bible Reading Plan: Psalm 87

By vintagechurch  -  On 30 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

When God gave us the Psalms, he gave us a tremendous gift. Our emotions are some of the most difficult things for us to deal with and understand. It’s often difficult to explain what we really feel. It’s often even more difficult to know what to do with those feelings. God in his kindness gave

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Psalm 86 Discussion: Iris Clement

By vintagechurch  -  On 26 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

An intrinsic part of human nature is the desire to pay others back—whether it’s returning a favor or getting revenge. When I lived in Latin America, my friends thought it was strange that people from the U.S. ask for separate checks at restaurants. There, one person will invite the others to a meal and pick

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Community Bible Reading Plan: Psalm 86

By vintagechurch  -  On 21 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

When God gave us the Psalms, he gave us a tremendous gift. Our emotions are some of the most difficult things for us to deal with and understand. It’s often difficult to explain what we really feel. It’s often even more difficult to know what to do with those feelings. God in his kindness gave

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Psalm 85 Discussion: Allison Winter

By vintagechurch  -  On 19 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

For some reason, it always throws me off a bit when the byline of a psalm doesn’t read “David.” I tend to lump all the psalms together, and imagine David in a picturesque valley, tending to his snow-white sheep while effortlessly penning all 105 psalms in a single afternoon, though I know this is not

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Community Bible Reading Plan: Psalm 85

By vintagechurch  -  On 14 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

When God gave us the Psalms, he gave us a tremendous gift. Our emotions are some of the most difficult things for us to deal with and understand. It’s often difficult to explain what we really feel. It’s often even more difficult to know what to do with those feelings. God in his kindness gave

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Community Bible Reading Plan: Psalm 84

By vintagechurch  -  On 07 Nov, 2014 -  0 comments

When God gave us the Psalms, he gave us a tremendous gift. Our emotions are some of the most difficult things for us to deal with and understand. It’s often difficult to explain what we really feel. It’s often even more difficult to know what to do with those feelings. God in his kindness gave

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