[January 21, 2024]

Heartland Community Church THE JOURNEY Is mercy the truest form of love? By Bill McMurtrey When was the last time you had it all figured out, only to have it all go south and not be anything you had planned? I took up welding metal sculptures as a hobby. Many...

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[January 14, 2024]

Heartland Community Church THE JOURNEY It Is Good To Be You By Brooke Hodnefield I have a terrible sense of direction. If I’m in a hotel, I will always guess the wrong direction to turn off the elevator to my room. If you say ‘south of the this or that,’...

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[January 7, 2024]

Heartland Community Church THE JOURNEY Harnessing Humility By Lisa Zulke The first time I attempted to summit a 13er in Colorado I failed. I got sent back to camp because I was green around the gills and needed to get to a lower elevation. Two years later, same mountain, I...

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[December 31, 2023]

Heartland Community Church THE JOURNEY Eyes Up By Lisa Zulke If God answered a prayer and provided healing amid my everyday life, would I SEE it? That is the question I’m left pondering as I reflect on the story of the 10 lepers. Only one seemed to SEE what Jesus...

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[December 24, 2023]

Heartland Community Church Reflections for Advent It’s easy to be just a little self-centered at Christmas. Looking at the peripheral characters in the Christmas story highlights this tendency. While the star in the sky shone brightly above the babe in a manger, more than a few cast members imagined they...

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[December 17, 2023]

Heartland Community Church Reflections for Advent It’s easy to be just a little self-centered at Christmas. Looking at the peripheral characters in the Christmas story highlights this tendency. While the star in the sky shone brightly above the babe in a manger, more than a few cast members imagined they...

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[December 10, 2023]

Heartland Community Church Reflections for Advent It’s easy to be just a little self-centered at Christmas. Looking at the peripheral characters in the Christmas story highlights this tendency. While the star in the sky shone brightly above the babe in a manger, more than a few cast members imagined they...

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[December 3, 2023]

Heartland Community Church The Star of Christmas: Reflections for Advent It’s easy to be just a little self-centered at Christmas. Looking at the peripheral characters in the Christmas story highlights this tendency. While the star in the sky shone brightly above the babe in a manger, more than a few...

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[November 26, 2023]

Heartland Community Church THE JOURNEY Be Grateful By Sarah Hahs I have loved this series, Letters From Future Me. What a beautiful thought that I could come back in time and impart wisdom to my past self. And I have spent several weeks thinking about what I would tell myself. Would I...

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[November 19, 2023]

Heartland Community Church THE JOURNEY Work Isn’t Everything By Lisa Zulke I LOVE to work. I love the work I get to do. I love the outcomes of the work I have found. I am not my work. That last one is hard to say with confidence. For more of...

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