Longing and Surrender

Apr 12 2024 - Eric Buresh
As I continue my faith journey, one of the things I’ve noticed that candidly surprised me is that I need Jesus more and more the further I go. I’m not sure why, but I used to think it was the opposite. I thought the faith journey was somewhat like a child, who, as they matured, needed their parents less and less. I thought I would gain independence as I grew.

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A Man After God’s Own Heart

Apr 5 2024 - Eric Buresh
I’ve recently been listening to a sermon series on 1-2 Samuel. I absolutely love the rich pictures that are drawn from the narrative stories. They are obviously so much more than a recitation of history. The stories teach us about the character of God. In 1 Samual 13:14, we see that David was a man after God’s own heart. As we read the stories of David, many of them reveal God’s heart in David.

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The Mercy That Transforms

Mar 29 2024 - Eric Buresh
As we approach the sacred season of Easter, our hearts are drawn once again to the immeasurable mercy and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is in the shadow of the cross and the radiance of the empty tomb that we encounter the profound narrative of the woman caught in adultery in John 8:1-12, a narrative that pulsates with the heartbeat of redemption.

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A Modern Day Ruth and Boaz

Mar 22 2024 - Eric Buresh
In a bustling metropolitan city, nestled between towering skyscrapers and the hum of urban life, lived a young woman named Rachel. She found herself in a challenging season, having recently moved to the city after the passing of her husband. Still in the depths of her loss, and struggling to make ends meet, Rachel took a job at a local café, where she poured her heart into her work.

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Letter to My Younger Self

Mar 19 2024 - Eric Buresh
Reading Isaiah 46:3-4 this morning, it struck me how much I wish I would have known my Father several decades and gray hairs ago in the way I know Him today (and I hope I will have the same sense two decades from now looking back to today).

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