We get it. Life is busy. Schedules are hectic. And for a good chunk of 2013, our web page wasn’t much on new, engaging content.

But some of the articles put up by our faith family are worth revisiting, even if you missed them the first time around.

Some of them are funny; some poignant; some downright moving.

We think they are ALL worth a second look …

[title size=”2″]Family Blogs[/title]

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These articles all share a similar theme: they engage the life of discipleship from a family perspective. Whether you have kids at home or not, these articles are sure to encourage you on your journey of faith.

6 Reminders for Keeping Family Devotions Simple

A Little Push; A Little Let Go

Cord of Three Strands

[title size=”2″]Worship Responses[/title]

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Every week we ask members of our community to show up for worship prepared to hear a Word from God and apply it to their daily, weekly discipleship walk; then we ask them to put down on paper some of what God is doing in their lives. These responses to worship are intended to help us all as a faith family hear and follow God’ direction. We want everybody to come to worship intentionally looking for what God intends for them this week. Here are a few responses to help you think more about worship in your week.

Me, a Slave?

Seven Times Seven

A Marathon and Persistence

[title size=”2″]Interviews[/title]

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We had a series of guest performers in our St. Luke community this fall. Several graciously gave their time to record a few thoughts on discipleship. Whether you were able to attend these events or not, you might want to check out these videos of performers talking faith formation and following Jesus.

Ted Dekker Outlaw Tour Interview

10,080 Minutes: An Interview with Tim Timmons

An Interview With All Sons & Daughters


[title size=”2″]Miscellaneous[/title]

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From daily life to questions of theology, …

My Morning Cup of Joe

Vitamins, Earrings, the ER, and God

Advent Devotions with a Spark!

Dysfunction, Dependence, and King David

Why Bad Things Happen to Good People