Let Us Sit Beneath the Cross

  From┬áHymns and Sacred Poems by Charles Wesley (1742) "Then let us sit beneath his cross, And gladly catch the healing stream, All things for him account but loss, And give up all our hearts to him; O nothing think, or speak beside: My Lord, my love is crucified." I invite you to sit with... Continue Reading →


Rip: Turning the Tide?

  Have you heard this guy's story? Rip Esselstyn, award winning triathlete turned firefighter, and now plant eating crusader, was concerned for the physical fitness of his comrades at Engine 2 Firestation in Austin, Texas. When he discovered the leading cause of early deaths among his fellow firefighters was heart disease, Rip embraced a mission... Continue Reading →

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