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Metaphors for God – Part 4

Covid Protocols Update The session met last night and updated their covid protocols. Masks are now optional on campus, but still recommended for the immunocompromised. The far right side of the sanctuary will be reserved as a “masks required” section. Additionally, don’t forget that the church is happy to help you schedule your covid vaccine...

Metaphors for God – Part 3

In this blog we have been studying metaphors for God. Today’s metaphor will be a well known one to you: God as a shepherd. This is a common metaphor in the Bible. Perhaps most recognizable comes from one of King David’s psalm, Psalm 23, that begins… The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not want....

Metaphors for God – Part 2

What is God like? God is infinite, limitless— how do we wrap our minds around that? How do we even begin to use language to describe who God is and what God is like? It turns out, the biblical authors employed the use of metaphor over and over again to describe God. Here are a...

Metaphors for God – Part 1

About a month ago my daughter, Gemma, got to participate in the nativity skit during the 4:30 pm Christmas Eve service. She didn’t know she was playing a part. Since she’s only six months old, she just comes along for the ride. But I, as her father, was so proud to see her in this...

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