Monthly Archives: April 2017

Prayer Update April 28

Graduation weekend has arrived! Today we officially launch into graduation events at Heritage.  We’ve prayed and prepared.  Now we are anticipating a wonderful weekend of consecration and celebration. Tonight is our Grad Banquet, where grads from the college and seminary … Continue reading

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Praying to win in sports?

As we go deeper into the Stanley Cup playoffs, here’s a question that Christian athletes (as well as Leaf and Sens fans!) have to face: Is it O.K. to pray for your team to win? My answer is that it’s a … Continue reading

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Prayer Update April 21

We are headed down the homestretch at Heritage.  Finals week wraps up today. Graduation is only a week away. Would you help us finish well by praying for us?  Here are several timely requests for the coming week. ROOF REPAIR: … Continue reading

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We Need More “Christmas and Easter” Christians

Ever hear the phrase “Christmas and Easter Christians”? It’s a description of folks who only show up at church twice a year: at Christmas and Easter.   Usually the phrase is spoken as a critique, not a complement. After all, how … Continue reading

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Living with A Living Hope

Hope.   Hope is something everyone needs.  But sometimes hope is hard to hold on to. We want to remain hopeful but face situations that seem hopeless.  We get our hopes up and have our hopes dashed.  So we hope for the best … Continue reading

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The Silence of God on Good Friday

And the Man of all sorrows, he never forgot What sorrow is carried by the hearts that he bought So when the questions dissolve into the silence of God The aching may remain but the breaking does not The aching … Continue reading

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The Scandalous, Wonderful Cross

It’s not a big surprise that the cross is the most enduring symbol of the Christian faith. But it should be. We’ve grown so accustomed to seeing crosses that we often forget the fact that the cross was originally scandalous … Continue reading

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