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Posts by Terri Stone

Social Justice, Huh?

  Two years ago my church started doing an annual event called “Justice Day.” That year we invited representatives from three social justice organizations to share what they do to fight human injustice in the world. In my event advertising I chose Micah 6:8: And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to…

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From Lips to Ears to Hearts

On a summer Sunday in 1998 I heard the sermon that changed my life. I don’t remember the message, but I remember the scripture. What I heard and what I felt are as fresh today as they were 18 years ago. Here’s the passage: For if you forgive other people when they sin against you,…

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Making the Mundane Holy

[pullquote width=”300″ float=”right”]This is how we all live together in our church families, right? My new Christian lens told me this. We’re God’s holy people set apart to be his representation in the world. Holy does mean to be designated or consecrated to God. Holy is sacred. God’s people do holy things.[/pullquote]When I was warming…

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Remember To Forget

  I believe remembering and forgiveness have a powerful relationship. The relationship has power to bring paralysis and pain or resolution and healing. We humans have a terrible struggle with what and how we remember. Why? We struggle because we do our level best to remember every single wrong done to us so we won’t…

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