Lament

In light of recent events on a local, national and global landscape, I think it might be good for us to consider what it means to lament. I am not alone in feeling sad, confused and angry about the what is happening in the world. Lamenting is a useful tool and I hope you find...
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The Gospel in Music: Play it Again Sam! You Don’t Have Any Feathers

A friend turned me onto this song last week. It such a great example of seeing subtle images of the gospel in music. It is a simple and poignant song…the gospel can be that way too. The first link is the song. The second is a link to lyrics. Enjoy....
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Gospel in Music

We have had a recurring series of blogs called The Gospel in Film and The Gospel in Television. We are adding a third medium beginning this week. In the coming weeks you will begin to see some posts titled The Gospel in Music. The Gospel in… series of posts has a few aims. First,...
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Kyle Lackey’s Story

Last Sunday, we witnessed the redemption story of Kyle Lackey. Kyle started attending North Church about two years ago when he was invited by someone in our church. Even though church was not his “cup of tea,” as he put it, he decided to give it a try. Since that day,...
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Obliterating Insecurity

If you are human, then you wrestle with insecurity. Even as an incredibly confident person, if you are truly honest, you have moments and areas in your life where you are owned by fear and uncertainty. Insecurity screams in our face, “You have to be someone special. You have to...
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Kingdom Tenacity

Tenacious might not be a word you use everyday, but one thing is for sure, everyday you do live with a sense of tenacity for something. te·na·cious /təˈnāSHəs / adjective stubborn, persistent tending to keep a firm hold of something clinging or adhering closely not readily...
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