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Judas Iscariot

Judas represents those who are afraid to stand up against the powerful. He allows fear to move him. He faces torture and death by aligning himself with Jesus and does what I think a lot of us would do. A lot of us would choose safety and betrayal instead of the path of suffering for…

Shiphrah & Puah

Pharaoh’s plan is a clever one. In an attempt to obliterate the Hebrews, he enlists midwives to pull a quick-handed maneuver by smothering any Hebrew baby boys seconds after birth so that their mothers will believe they are stillborn. But, instead, two gutsy women throw a wrench in his plans.


The wisdom of Deborah lies in her willingness to create space. Deborah shows us that, in stillness, practicing attending to God with fierce trust, we can sift through the chaos of this world and align ourselves with the movement of God.

An (Un)Familiar Road

Following the resurrection of Jesus, two disciples find themselves traveling a familiar road with an unfamiliar stranger.  Their eyes are blinded to who this person really is.  But when they invite this stranger into their home and they share a meal together, everything becomes clear to them.


Have you ever thought you were headed in the right direction, only to discover you are way off course? This week we will examine the story of the Apostle Paul’s U-turn in life. Paul’s life takes a radical turn when he hears Jesus. How does Jesus direct us to turn around?