The Work of Peace

by Jeff Krehbiel, October 4 2015

In Christ we are given a pathway of reconciliation with God who stands in judgement because we have forgotten. Jesus invites us to remember. We remember that we are made in God’s image– as are our neighbors around the world also made in God's image. We remember that we were once slaves in Egypt– and so remember those in bondage. We remember that we once wandered in the wilderness– and so remember those who are refugees. … Read Full Transcript

Jeff's 2015 Sabbatical Report

by Jeff Krehbiel, September 27 2015

Most everyone I talked to had a spiritual hunger, but many were wary of the institutional church. Yet here they are on pilgrimage, in community, sharing meals and stories and mutual support along the way to Santiago. To my way of thinking the Camino experience is as good a description of church as you will find. Maybe people were just looking for Jesus in the wrong place.… Read Full Transcript

Following Jesus With Head, Heart & Body

by Jeff Krehbiel, September 13 2015

Discipleship is not something passive but active. It’s not something you endure, but something you take on. … Read Full Transcript

Lifting Up Those Bowed Down

by Jeff Krehbiel, September 6 2015

By choosing to listen to this Syrophoenician woman, Jesus’ boundary-breaking ministry moves beyond not only the barriers of clean and unclean, righteous and sinner, but of race, gender, national origin and physical condition.… Read Full Transcript

Whose Armor?

by Jeff Krehbiel, August 23 2015

The acid test is, who or what do we trust when we are up against it? If we say we love Jesus, but when the going gets tough we place our trust in the power of guns and bombs and drones and boots on the ground, then Jesus in not really our savior. If we say we love Jesus, but when life is difficult we find our comfort in money or power or status or things or drugs or alcohol, then Jesus is not really our savior. … Read Full Transcript

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