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Posts Tagged ‘God’

Julie’s Jar: Lent – It’s Not About Giving Up

What makes it possible for you to experience a sense of sacred presence? What makes God more real to you? When are the moments you have felt divine presence, even fleetingly? Seek out those moments more. Put yourself in experiences that make God’s presence palpable to you. Read the rest of this entry »

Thinking about God…

As part of our “God Community” series, we invited Ginger E. to think with us about God. She’s an active member of FCC Pomona and in the larger Pacific Southwest Region of the Disciples of Christ Church. Ginger was gracious enough to share with us. Here are some of her reflections…

Worship Dancing

I think about God a lot.  That might be because I do serve the church and Regional church in different ways.  Certainly God has a presence in my life, I can’t imagine a time when God was not a part of my daily life.  God is good, God is great, God is everywhere, God knows what you do, God knows what you think, God knows what you will do before you do it.  Wow, God gives me a lot to think about.

In some ways, it’s that Wizard of Oz thing, “ The all knowing, all powerful Oz!”  Not behind the curtain, everywhere.  I see God in the sky, the earth, the trees, and flowers.  I hear God in song and voice, birds  singing, voices blending.  Easter morning, I heard God in a singer’s voice, a trumpets trill, the bells and organ sounding.  And I saw God in the dance of a woman who interprets song in the movement of her limbs, the joyous lifting of her hands and our hearts to God.

Wondering Questions…

I wonder, how do you think about God?

I wonder… where do you find God in your life?