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The Bible reminds us that God is good, he created a good world, and that he loves us. Beyond this, our experience with pain and suffering largely remains a mystery. There are, however, common myths that should be dispelled. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary from Carolyn Moore to learn more about a biblical theology of suffering.
What can other world views teach us about community building? Carolyn Moore shares two keys to building strong community. Hint: There are no lone rangers.
The current climate in our country gives us a great opportunity to talk with our kids about God's design and their future. Carolyn Moore shares helpful wisdom on how to have those talks.
Carolyn Moore confesses that she covets. But it's not what you'd expect. It has to do with the one word she's thought, prayed, written and spoken about over the past 3 years—encounter. In today's article, Carolyn Moore shares her heart for encountering God in the new year and in every day life.
Using the story of Archippus, mentioned in Paul's letter to the Colossians, Carolyn Moore calls on Christians to stay true to their ministry calling, no matter how obscure or insignificant their profile and ministry ends up being.
Come Holy Spirit | "It is about moving beyond victim status to the place where we experience joy." Welcome to a four part series on the Holy Spirit by Carolyn Moore. Today, read about the positive effects of having the Holy Spirit.
Come Holy Spirit | "The Spirit-filtered life is characterized by an other-worldly perspective." Welcome to a four part series on the Holy Spirit by Carolyn Moore. Today, read what it means to have the filter of the Spirit which comes with His filling.
Come Holy Spirit | Welcome to a four part series on the Holy Spirit by Carolyn Moore. Today, read about the relationship between freedom, sanctification, and giving up control to the Holy Spirit.
Come Holy Spirit | Welcome to a four part series on the Holy Spirit by Carolyn Moore. Today, read about how the mobility of God should reflect onto us as a community and individuals.
Mosaic United Methodist Church is reaching and loving people like Jesus. They're finding that when you love like Jesus sometimes you end up getting to know the people that Jesus loved. One such person started attending their church through an Easter egg hunt community outreach; she was pregnant and her boyfriend was in jail. Mosaic's members found ways to serve her through offering transportation and arranging a baby shower. In the process she asked pastor Carolyn Moore if she would visit her boyfriend in jail. She did. The first day I visited, I noticed that the guy had a lot of tattoos. I asked him about them and he showed me several crosses and some other symbols I didn't quite get. Then he showed me the top of the tattoo on his chest. From the looks of it, it was a huge angel printed across his body. Not a little angel. […]