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Progressive Christianity in today's world. A mix of thought provoking interviews, insightful questions and the deeper meaning behind sacred texts.

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Jesus said, "Blessed are the merciful." Of all the Beatitudes from Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, this is the only one that is truly reciprocal. Yet it's this very quality of mercy that draws into question a person's motive for compassion... more

In the 21st century, we do not have a lack of food. Food insecurity does exist in America, but 39% of those living with food insecurity are obese. Why? Perhaps, the problem is simply the ineffectual distribution of food to the masses.... more

Jesus said, ?Blessed are the meek, the humble and the gentle...for they will inherit the earth." Meekness, gentleness, and humility are all notable traits. Unfortunately, it's those very traits that are often exploited by the boastful and... more

?Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.? A lofty notion considering the countless number of definitions of what it means to be "pure in heart". Throughout the centuries, Christians can't seem to agree on the meaning of this... more

A new sermon series begins! Join us as we begin a fascinating study of the eight Beatitudes or blessings recounted by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount and depicted through the eight new paintings by artist, Julie Frye, recently installed... more

Ever hear your inner voice chiding you to bite your tongue, don't say a word!? Temptation convinces, cajoles, or even threatens us into inaction. But when, if ever, is temptation good? Should we routinely pray "Lead us not into temptation"... more

"Forgive Us Our Debts." Forgive us our what?? Author Jon Bloom asks, "Ever find yourself reciting The Lord's Prayer outside of your home church and things usually go pretty smoothly till you get to the fourth line? Some will say 'forgive us our... more

"Give us this day our daily bread." An appropriate petition for the Israelites wandering in the wilderness hungry for manna during their 40-year exodus, but what does it mean for society today? The majority of households in the... more

"Perhaps no other words flow so freely from the lips of well-intentioned people as the phrase 'the will of God.' God is blamed for so much! – Bishop John Shelby Spong. Last week we explored Jesus' vision of the kingdom of God and... more

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