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Pentecost: Then and Now

Pentecost. It happens for us every year roughly fifty days after Easter in our Christian calendar. Originally, this agricultural festival celebrated the goodness of the land and the gathering of the barley harvest. After the winter rains, Galilean hillsides and farms are green with abundant crops rising from the fertile soil. God’s gifts of sun,

In Unity We Lift Our Song

In last month’s article I wrote of “Oneness in Worship,” referencing 1 Corinthians 14:26 in which Paul summarizes what should be done when we gather. His point was clear: “Let all things be done for building up.” Throughout the chapter, Paul speaks of how they were to use prophecy and tongues … were they being

From the Pastor Emeritus

While it is hard to believe, this month marks the one year anniversary of my retirement from Providence. With all of its transitions, this past year has passed at warp speed. Yet, one thing has not changed since last April – I am still overwhelmed by the thoughtfulness and generosity of Providence as Suzanne and

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