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Scott Sauls
I get to be Patti’s husband, Abby and Ellie’s dad, pastor of , and write about Jesus. A better life than I deserve. INFJ/4w3. Insta .
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Scott Sauls 3h
Invest your life, not just your vote.
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Keith Fife 17h
"Jesus will not be a "mascot" for the political left or the political right! He is nobody's puppet. He transcends the right and the left!" via
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Scott Sauls 18h
Politics, Part 6...
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Scott Sauls 21h
Feeling unsettled or needing some encouragement re: how to navigate the current season with your kids? Join CPC Kids Team and Pastors this Tuesday at 7:30pm for a "Parenting & Politics" online forum. Info and RSVP here:
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Scott Sauls Oct 18
Replying to @LauraRbnsn
Holding onto the meme myself, but not because of some anemic centrism. Jesus is more radical in his conservative and liberal qualities (as the case may be)...as opposed to being centrist.
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Scott Sauls Oct 18
Replying to @DavidDark
That piano in the background really takes the cake.
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Scott Sauls Oct 18
Thanks for joining us!
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Scott Sauls Oct 18
Touchdown!
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Duke Kwon Oct 18
Do you long to be taught by Jesus as much as you long to be healed and delivered by him? — Rev. Glenn Hoburg
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Scott Sauls Oct 18
Christians have been given a unique ability to feel “at home” with people who share our faith but not our politics even more than we do with people who share our politics but not our faith...
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Nancy French Oct 17
"Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing." --Benjamin Franklin
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Scott Sauls Oct 17
Being *for* something has gone out of style. Instead, we form "community" around a common enemy. But, since Jesus has covered all of our offenses, we can be among the least offensive and least offended people in the world. This is the way of the gentle answer.
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Scott Sauls Oct 16
A meaningful reminder from my favorite human to “remember the stars.” ❤️⭐️💫
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Mallory Hammond Oct 16
Join us 10/20 for a virtual forum about parenting in this political season, featuring and . It will be full of practical ideas to help your family engage in the public square during this divisive time. Register:
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Seth Haines Oct 16
In research for another project, I ran across this stat: "Though the United States has less than 5% of the world’s population, it consumes over 80% of the world’s opioid supply." Let that sink in. Addiction and consumption go hand in hand.
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Russ Ramsey Oct 16
Join us 10/20 for a virtual forum about parenting in this political season, featuring and . It'll be full of practical ideas to help your family engage in the public square during this divisive time. Register here:
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Melanie B. Rainer Oct 16
Join us 10/20 for a virtual forum about parenting in this political season, featuring and It will be full of practical ideas to help your family engage in the public square during this divisive time. Register here:
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Scott Sauls Oct 16
Outrage has become more expected than surprising, more normative than odd, more encouraged than discouraged, more rewarded than rejected. In such a climate, we are called to lay down our swords, listen, learn from our differences, and build something beautiful.
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Scott Sauls Oct 15
If our faith ignites hurt rather than healing upon the bodies, hearts, and souls of other people—even those who treat us unkindly—then something has gone terribly wrong with our faith.
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Scott Sauls Oct 15
"The longer it takes people to figure out where we stand on politics, in all likelihood the more faithfully we are preaching Jesus."
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