Month: September 2017

Bless the Lord, Oh My Soul

Over the past year and few months, I have been moved to tears multiple times by the song “10,000 Reasons (Bless, the Lord)” by Matt Redman and Jonas Myrin.  This song should be familiar as it is one that we sing together at GRC quite often. The chorus goes like this: “Bless the Lord, O my soul O my soul …

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Some Assembly Required

The other day, we ordered an outdoor heater. We saw one at a restaurant and really liked it. It stood about seven feet tall. When it arrived at our home, it was in a three foot tall box: the picture on the box showed it as seven feet tall. My original thought was that we might have to water it …

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Whose Delight is in the Law of the Lord

  We are beginning new chapters in our GRC community. It seems more like spring than fall with our growth groups starting this fall, the reality of 21Harristown getting ever closer, and new additions to the staff of GRC. If we peruse the news media though we see a completely different picture, more like the winter in Narnia: hurricanes, war …

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Mentoring

I have often heard women ask at both church and work for a mentoring program, no doubt caused by a healthy realization that there is always more to learn. Or perhaps the request is due to frustration with our lives and circumstances that we hope a mentor can miraculously help to fix. Regardless of the motivation, we know that mentoring …

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