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Weekly Lifelines 6/9/2022

I’ve always been a pretty active person. It’s not something I chose; sitting still fortoo long leaves me restless and moving just feels good. Despite that, when it’stime to start intentional exercise, I often struggle to begin. There are just too manyother interesting things to do and working out is—if I’m being honest—kind of apain.Continue reading “Weekly Lifelines 6/9/2022”

Weekly Lifelines 6/2/2022

On Sunday, we celebrate the feast of Pentecost and the Holy Spirit’s arrival. Curiously, like some other important events in the Bible, we have two different accounts of how the Spirit came to be with us. The most well known story is in the second chapter of Acts. On the festival of Pentecost, fifty daysContinue reading “Weekly Lifelines 6/2/2022”

 

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