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Sunday Lessons

Ascension paradox: Why we needed Jesus to leave, and why He needed to stay

Nearly everything we know about God, incarnate in Jesus Christ, is paradoxical.

Why Jesus created a Church, and not just a Bible

This Sunday, we hear about the first Christians, see ourselves today, and envision what we will one day be.

Yes, it is possible to love like God. Here’s how

Christ's command to love others as He loves us actually contains an implicit promise about what He is committed to doing for us

Jesus’ simple message: You belong with me

It is hard to exaggerate how enormously significant it is for us that the Second Person of the Trinity, the Lord and King of the Universe, says this.

Peter meets the God of 2nd chances. So do we

This Sunday, we can consider what our life should be like after meeting the Risen Christ

How Jesus is more accessible now than he was in Palestine

He is back from death to reclaim what is his

10 Reasons we know Christ rose from the dead

At Easter we don’t celebrate a myth or a great psychological symbol. We celebrate a historical event.

All the drama of Passion Week applied to one person (not Jesus)

... and thus, applied to us ... The Gospel ends the way our Lent should end.

6 Things the Prodigal Son and his big brother teach us about praying the Our Father

We should pray that we won’t fall into the temptation of either brother.

How Jesus asked his followers to respond to 1st-century headlines

The news wasn't very different from the news of our own day, and their reaction wasn't very different from ours. Here's the better way.

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