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Updates from FPC
- First Words
Sunday, October 31, 2021, is Reformation Sunday. This will be exactly 504 years after the Protestant Reformation began on October 31, 1517. The last Sunday in October is a day many churches set aside to commemorate the start of the Reformation.
Life would be boring if everything stayed the same all the time. But change—changing jobs, relationships, locations, life stages—requires us to adapt, and that can be stressful. How can we, with God’s help, transition well?
Lord, Teach Us to Pray… (Part 2)
The Lord’s Prayer can be an incredibly rich resource to focus our prayers beyond ourselves. In addition, praying though the Lord’s Prayer keeps the distractions at bay.
Lord, Teach Us to Pray (Part 1)
Jesus’ closest followers were taught so much from him. He taught about the Law, the Kingdom of God, love, trusting the Lord, and on and on, but the disciples only asked him to teach one thing: In Luke 11:1 they ask, “Lord, teach us to pray.”
Hope in the Face of Trauma
If our hope is rooted and grounded in God, our hope is based on a track record of grace and resurrection. Jesus reminds us that God cares for the birds of the air, but his care for us is much greater.