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November 24, 2008

Reflection of the Week- November 24th 2008

Our culture of consumerism and self-centeredness holds out great temptations to allow ourselves to be consumed. It’s often so much easier to go with the flow that leads to death, than it is to be agents of life. Let’s remember to be partakers in and messengers of love, redemption, and forgiveness as we live out the Christian story in the fullest and most meaningful way possible.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

November 17, 2008

Reflection for the Week- Novmeber 17th 2008

The setting of boundaries is crucial, not for the purpose of keeping others out, but so that they may be invited in, and receive and experience a life giving hospitality, centered more in love than in duty.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

November 10, 2008

Reflection for the Week- November 10th 2008

Take some time this week to recognize and be thankful for the importance and relevance of imagination when it comes to belief in God.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery


November 03, 2008

Reflection for the Week- Novmeber 3rd 2008

Thinking seriously about important matters is a Christian responsibility. To attempt to ignore people and what’s going on in the world is not a virtue, but a default. To assume that a Christian should have an empty mind is not spiritual, but unspiritual. To the contrary, engaging ideas and people, for the sake of Christ, is being a spiritual witness to what is true.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery