Resurrection Reality—A particular experience of Aliveness
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Note from Linda
Last Sunday we began an inquiry into the nature and character of a life lived in the context of resurrection, how this remarkable idea/event plays out in our day-to-day living, and how we can prepare ourselves to live into the reality of resurrection’s promise, use these promises to shape what’s next in our almost, sort of, nearly-there post pandemic life. As painfully obvious as this sounds, resurrection reality is characterized by a particular experience of aliveness—an aliveness generated by a sense of purpose (“As the Father sent me; I send you.”), aliveness generated by the power of the Indwelling Spirit (“Receive now the Holy Spirit); and aliveness generated by an increasing consent to letting go, forgiving ourselves and others ("If you let go anyone’s transgressions, their transgressions are released; if you do not let them go, they are retained.”) This Sunday we will focus on another iconic story that illuminates the particular experience of aliveness resurrection reality points to and those dispositions conducive to experiencing this life/aliveness in the fullest sense. I hope you will join us. Your presence on Sunday morning is a ministry; it makes a big difference.
With much love, Linda
This Coming Tuesday, April 20th at 7 pm:Creative Writing/Prayer Journalby Steven Smith
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In this workshop, we will be exploring several creative writing activities and games that can help us stoke our creative energy and connect with the inner child. Come with paper and pencil and leave your inhibitions at the door! Here we will be connecting through shared vulnerability, celebrating leaps of faith, and honoring the divine within!
Stephen Smith is a poet and a teacher of languages. During the last twenty years he has journeyed across the expanse of three continents while working as an English/Spanish language teacher in Albuquerque, NM; Cuenca, Ecuador; Córdoba, Argentina; Austin, Texas; Jeju-do, South Korea; Duvall, Washington and most recently Haiku, Maui. He still feels most at home, however, in the Northwoods of Wisconsin where he’s spent summers since he was a boy. When not writing Stephen enjoys dancing, swimming, and drinking fruit smoothies with papaya and coconut.
June 16th: Concert #2 by Dan!
The Fun and Fellowship Team is looking for new members and new ideas to get together safely!
We meet via Zoom usually on the 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 7:00 pm. If you would like to join us or have some great ideas for a get-together, please email Alice Cooper at email@example.com.
The Book Club on Zoom every 4th Tuesday at 10:00 am.
April 27th is "Yes to Life: In Spite of Everything" by Victor Frankl
May 25th is "Grace Trail: Find Your Footing and Move Toward the Life You Were Meant to Live" by Anne Barry Jolles
Do you have a prayer request you would like to share with the prayer team? Let us know here. We will pass your request onto the prayer team to pray for 30 days. The request will then be forwarded to Silent Unity to be prayed over for an additional 30 days.