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2149 N. Green Bay Road
Racine, WI 53405

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The Way of Second Chances

21 Mar, 2022

In the parable of the fig tree in Luke 13:6-9, Jesus says, “There was a fig tree growing in a vineyard. The owner came out looking for fruit on it but didn’t find any. The owner said to the vine dresser, ‘Look here! For three years now I’ve...

The Way of Perseverance

14 Mar, 2022

Sometimes I think we don’t give Jesus enough credit for all that he had to deal with in life. Maybe from a distance of 2,000 or so years we've sanitized his story. Or perhaps it’s because our tradition elevated him to sinless status and God...

The Way of Integrity

07 Mar, 2022

Lenten Series - this is the first message in a series of five on The Way of Jesus . When we think of someone who has integrity we often thing of the following qualities: honesty, trustworthiness, loyalty, responsible, accountable, consistent in...

Be Like Roots in a Stream

21 Feb, 2022

Blessed are those who put their trust in God, with God for their hope. They are like a tree planted by the river that thrusts its roots toward the stream. When the heat comes it feels no heat; its leaves stay green. It is untroubled in a year...

You Are More

14 Feb, 2022

You know the beautiful thing about Scripture? It comes alive when we let it speak to our lives. It teaches us, it affirms us, it challenges us and it reminds us. Today it reminds us that we are more . I’ve read this passage about the call of...

What Makes a Miracle?

07 Feb, 2022

I truly enjoy the story of the wedding at Cana found in John 2. We see Jesus in a little more of a human light as his mother orders him around, just like all mothers everywhere do. I picture his friends smirking a little bit when Jesus gets put...

Being a Spirit Person

17 Jan, 2022

When I was a student pastor at Trinity-Pilgrim UMC in Brookfield, there was an older woman there who loved Jesus. I mean really LOVED Jesus. She literally (as the old hymn says) walked with him and talked with him and knew him personally. And,...

Embracing Mystery

10 Jan, 2022

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all art and science. [The one] to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; [their] eyes are...

Darkness & Light

20 Dec, 2021

Have you noticed that people were putting on their outside Christmas lights a lot earlier this year? Light way before Thanksgiving! Maybe we can blame it on the warm weather, but I think is has to do with how much we are subconsciously craving...

Hope & Joy

13 Dec, 2021

Hope… we honestly can’t live without it. Hope is not wishful thinking or fantasy. It is a sincere belief that something good can happen or that things truly can change for the better. Without hope, people lose their will to live. Joy is...