Author Archives: laceypassman

fig pt. 2

Suggested Reading : Mark 11:12-19 Tensions are extremely high between Jesus and the religious leaders. During the feast of dedication in Jerusalem, months before the Passover, we find a pointed question from the Jews, “How long will you keep us … Continue reading

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celebrate.

Through my Lenten journey, several friends have been writing daily devos for the community. Today’s is written by Matt Reynolds. Enjoy. SCRIPTURE READING: Luke 24, Hebrews 10 He is risen! And with Him, we too are raised to life. Join … Continue reading

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neighbors.

I moved in September and have been wanting to get to know my neighbors. Amidst the hustle and bustle of life, I have a desire to return to the small town days where borrowing a cup of sugar is common … Continue reading

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collages.

Creatively speaking, I’m into collages these days– collages and thin fonts. There’s something interesting to me about a creative mess, finding beauty in that mess (which is why my car looks the way it does). Work-wise, I needed to brand … Continue reading

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the fig.

For the last few years, I’ve intentionally tried to experience Holy Week by reading from the bible exactly what it says Jesus was doing each day. Yesterday, you know, was Palm Sunday and the “triumphal entry” into Jerusalem. All Jews, … Continue reading

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a bowl of soup.

I stole these ideas from Andy Stanley. At least, the start of them. Nothing you read here originated with me, but it is a result of Andy’s Opening Session at Catalyst. And since I’m still reflecting on it after 6 … Continue reading

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embrace the season.

I’m not a songwriter. At least, I don’t think I am. If I could write a song, I would like to have written this one. It’s based on Jeremiah 29, one of my favorites. For me, this passage is all … Continue reading

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