Could your definition of SIN be faulty? It might not be exactly what you think…by Amy Meyer

44991ea9fac64ef715260c47f8438aefWe think we know what sin is, resembled by religion and parental figures as a tormenting finger in our face… daily, by the hour, by the second… Self-effort accusations of analysis and shame, etc… Pictures and fateful lies of being a slimy-dog-worm, a popper, unfit and unworthy… but for the love and grace of Christ, that you subconsciously feel like you have to earn or payback… Trading¬†into the lie of society that nothing’s “free” honey! But, could it be that once an apple always an apple that doesn’t fall far from the tree…? I’m not talking about Adam here or Eve. To know your identity, your real identity is key!

What if sin is found in the disorientation of separation, losing direction from the source and tree of life-giving eternity…? Read more

His Glory on Display in the Ekklesia

Eph 3:21 He is both the author and conclusion of the glory on display in the 1 ekklesia, mirrored in Christ Jesus. The encore continues throughout every generation, not only in this age but also in the countless ages to come. Amen! (The word, 1ekklesia, often translated church, comes from ek, a preposition always denoting origin, and klesia from kaleo, to identify by name, to surname; the ekklesia is the expression of his image and likeness redeemed in human life.)

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Christformation Ponderings…do we really need more orphans leading a Reformation in The Church?….by John Meyer

There is a lot of talk about a new “Move” of God happening in this hour. I do agree that we are on the precipice of something awesome, but what matters most is how leaders treat others. An orphan mindset only seeks to serve itself while ostracizing others and devaluing who they are. God is not allowing the immature to lead in this hour. He is calling the unknowns out of their developmental training to display something that looks and sounds a whole lot like Love, with a capital “L”.

Green Pastures – Day 2 Psalm 23:1 He’s My Best Friend…by John Meyer

This is Day 2 of the series with John. Yes, there is no one closer than Christ in us. We can tell him anything without fear of him being disgusted or leaving us alone. He is THE BEST friend who sticks closer than any family member.