Micah 6:1-8 and Isaiah 1:8-17 – Can we trust our inner justice-compasses? Or, even our collective JSMC justice compass? Probably not. But we can’t take justice off of the to-do list! Today, in the first of a series that super-focuses on Micah 6:8, we hear the challenge to re-orient to what’s important in God’s justice. “To reach an impossible star” by Jonathan Landis, Minister of Music
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1 Corinthians 12:12-16, Ephesians 5:15-16 & Romans 12:3-8 – 1 – Celebrate who you are. 2 – Don’t think the same, think together! 3 – Sacrifice by using our gifts for the whole, not to exalt ourselves. 4 – Worship is about what happens Monday – Saturday. “Get Out and Exercise” by Pastor Stan Shantz
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Romans 12:1-10 – As we covenant together for another year: Goal 1 – Pay attention to our Foundation. Goal 2 – Be an extraordinary give. Goal 3 – Be transformed, not conformed. “Journeying Together with Jesus” by Pastor Stan Shantz
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Matthew 2:1-12 – How will God involve us in 2020? To find out, we, like the magi, must come into close contact and connection with Jesus so we can “get home” by another way. Herod’s way of violence is not the answer! “Close Contact” by Pastor Carmen Horst Okanya
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Matthew 2:13-23 – Pastoral Intern Shadrack Miyekelo, student at Lancaster Theological Seminary, explores this disturbing text, asking questions from it. God expands his scope from Bethlehem to Africa as the Holy Family finds safety there. Even so, we note that safety for one family occurs while an evil tyrant remains unconfronted. “God’s Protective Hand on Jesus” by Pastoral Intern Shadrack Miyekelo
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