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“Whatever you want to call the particular famine or drought in your life or heart right now, Jesus is addressing it today when he says, ‘I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry and who believes in me will never be thirsty.’ “

— the Rev. Caleb Lee
Aug. 1, 2021

The Rev. Raymond Hanna - May 17, 2020

To love and be loved

In these unprecedented times in which we live, it feels like some folks are trying to suffocate us. Our lack of love and compassion for others is making us feel like an asthmatic trying to catch his breath. The good news is that there is very effective treatment, 100% guaranteed treatment. The more we love as Jesus commands us to love, the more we love others, the more we love and care for ourselves in life giving ways, the more we care for the needs of others, the more we begin to realize that the breath of God is inside of us.

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