A Pastor’s Perspective
From Our Pastor
Each month, Rev. Diane R. Ford shares her thoughts, insights, and questions to ponder.
“What’s your name,” Jesus asked. “Legion,” he replied, as he had many demons. We’ve all got them. Those parts of ourselves that make us (and those who have to be near us) miserable. Here’s the secret: befriend your monsters and demons. Befriend your Inner Demon Defeating the monster or casting out the demon may be […]
This incomparably great power available to us… is the same as the mighty strength God exerted when he raised Christ from the dead. (Eph. 1:20) THAT is the power you and I have because we are in the Body of Christ – the body of believers through whom the rest of the world can see […]
The Scriptures are full of images of light and shadow. There are several ways this metaphor is used. First, “shadow” represents being protected in the shadow of God as a great tree or God as a great bird. “All the birds of the heavens made their nests in its boughs; under its branches all the […]
It is the love of God that causes all life to be. Trusting that God’s love is victorious in our day-by-day life can be challenging when we see threats and anti-life actions of humans. We can be deterred or overcome by greed, fear and lies. The lies we tell ourselves and the actions we take based […]
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Galatians 3:28, Acts 10: 9-16 Nobel Peace Prize, South African President Nelson Mandela “I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities.” We are in solidarity with all people to create a universe that supports accessibility, diversity, equality and inclusion for […]
How LPC Can Help Change a Child’s World through a Partnershipwith the Non-Profit Bridge of Books Foundation Luke 4:16“And He came to Nazareth, where He had been brought up; and as was His custom, He entered the synagogueon the Sabbath and stood up to read.” The ability to read even in Biblical times was truly […]
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