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Corey Brewer

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Life’s a mess. To embrace this, a couple of buddies come together to dissect all of the messes they can in order to better understand the never ending and mind boggling puzzle of life. Sit back, chill and continue the conversation with others. Without further ado, a mess is...
 
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KAIROS - Hope Ames

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KAIROS - Hope Ames

Lutheran Church of Hope Ames

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Kairos for college students meets Wednesdays at 8:00 pm at The Link, 2712 Stange Rd. The goal of this weekly meet-up is to give college students (believers and non-believers alike) in Ames a spiritually safe place to explore Christianity, and discover the joy of living in God’s unconditional love. ALL students are welcome!
 
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Une histoire d’amitié entre Ursulines et Augustines. Depuis leur arrivée au Canada en 1639, les Ursulines et les Augustines entretiennent des liens privilégiés. Cette série raconte, du point de vue des religieuses, l’histoire d’une amitié féminine au long cours, ponctuée d’épreuves et de réjouissances, marquée par l’entraide, l’humeur et l’affection.
 
Joel Shore, newly appointed captain of the whaling ship Nathan Ross following his brother's apparent demise as captain of the same ship, elects to make his first cruise as captain to the very location where his brother had last been seen - the Gilbert Islands, in order to try to learn more about what happened to his brother. The focus of this tale is of that voyage halfway around the globe and the adventures which he and his crew encounter. (Summary by Roger Melin)
 
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So we've spent a couple of weeks looking at the beginning of the Jesus story. His baptism in Mark - Jesus leaving home and calling the first disciples in Matthew. Now, back to Mark just after Jesus had sent the disciples on a local mission trip.They get back from the trip and they're so excited to tell Jesus what they had accomplished that they tal…
 
Leaving Nazareth. The story of Jesus leaving home to do his thing. What would cause a young guy, 30 years old, to leave his home, his family, his business? Maybe he remembered his baptism? Maybe he remembered the voice? Maybe he sensed that God was up to something new? He was beginning to sense that God's reign wasn't passive, but active, powerful,…
 
In Week 2 of our series through the mysteriously remarkable book of Revelation, we discover Jesus, the glorious head of all the churches as he directly speaks to his people who are engaged in holy war. He calls them to pay attention, walk with him, and place their hope in the glories of eternal life. In letters he wrote to seven Asian churches, we …
 
The baptism of Jesus. Why is this story in the Bible? He didn't have followers yet - none of his disciples were there. So how did they know this story? Well, probably because this story was important to Jesus. He had a profound experience told the story to his followers over and over again. The story is in there because Jesus was fully gripped by t…
 
Please open your Bibles with me to Revelation, chapter 1. I’m very excited this morning, and also somewhat reverently fearful and humbled this morning to open up to this important and often neglected or misused book of the Bible as we begin a sixteen week walkthrough. This book is perhaps one of the hardest to understand in the entire Bible, and th…
 
Starting off the New Year with a doozie of a story! Ahab and Jezebel have a dude named Naboth murdered and then steal his land. Woo hoo.So, why are stories like these even in the Bible? Well, turns out we can learn from them. In this story we see that one thing leads to another. Greed leads to lying which leads to a whole bunch of other things that…
 
The wonderful prophecy about Jesus in Isaiah 9 declares that He is our “wonderful counselor” and our “prince of peace.” This week, we will discuss how Christ promises to bring us peace through prayer. This promise can feel hard to believe sometimes, but as we look at Christ’s example, we can find the encouragement and grace we need as we strive for…
 
The story of Christ coming to earth and taking on human nature—the Incarnation—impacts us more than we may realize. That momentous event shouts to us of the nearness of God by the prophetic name given to Christ—Immanuel, meaning God with us. God is with us. Heaven has come to earth. God is now very near. We are never alone. On those days we sense l…
 
Join us on Christmas morning as we reflect on the greatest and most needed gift we've been given: Jesus. Come witness a Christmas miracle as Matt shares a brief sermon!! (In a hoodie and jeans and sneakers no less...) :) He will share with us one of the amazing things that can happen as we pray to our Wonderful Counselor.…
 
The Word became flesh. So why does John tell the Christmas story this way? He's trying to reach as a large an audience as possible. He gives us cosmic Christmas.John used the word "word," or "logos" in Greek. This would have been a familiar concept for John's readers. The word, or logos, is the rational principle behind the entire universe - it giv…
 
In the midst of our struggles, we need not despair. We can have hope because Jesus came and is coming again. Because He came, we know that our Maker cares so deeply that He, Himself, entered into our world to bring restoration and redemption, and we can have hope that God is with us in our trials, bringing us comfort even in pain. We can have hope …
 
This is the story of John the Baptist wondering if Jesus was the Messiah or if they should wait for another. It's a curious story because you would think that J the B would know and be clear about this. He leaped in his mother's womb when Mary came to see his mom. He was there at Jesus' baptism. But he wasn't clear, because Jesus turned out to be a…
 
In this season, we may find that the worries of life distract us from eternal things and steal our peace. But the Advent of Christ tells us that God’s grace is enough, and we can discover a peace that surpasses our understanding.توسط Stonebrook Community Church
 
"He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion." Paul isn't just talking about what's going on in this little church. If you read the rest of the letter, he's placing what's going on in the Philippian church within the context of God renewing, recreating, and transforming all of creation. And we get to be in on it.So, how do we get…
 
The beginning of Advent: Mary travels to stay with Elizabeth for the remaining duration of her pregnancy. So often the materialism and stressful factors of Christmas dominate our focus during this season. It is easier to see what stresses us out, what we could gain, what we could consume. But let us not lose sight of the journey towards the birth o…
 
Jesus goes and preaches in his hometown. They're skeptical - they think they know everything about him - so they reject him. Sometimes the ordinary, the familiar, what we think we know can blind us to the extraordinary - can blind us to what God is doing in the world.God reveals things to us through the ordinary. That's a positive thing to think ab…
 
1) There's something about religiosity that can make us prone to being judgmental. But maybe it's more than that. Maybe it's part of the human condition - it's just in us.2) The religious experts set a trap for Jesus and how he gets out of it. He essentially turns the whole trap back on them. In doing so, Jesus gives us the best antidote to religio…
 
This is the second of Isaiah's Servant Songs. These songs reveal some things about the nature of God's servants - people like us.First, servants are called and formed for a purpose. We aren't an accident - we were formed by God and called for a purpose.Second, if we're called and formed for a purpose as servants, then we've got work to do. What kin…
 
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