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By Gary A Chorpenning
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The Transformed Life #19: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
God wants to be transforming our lives to bring them more and more into alignment with his heart and will. This transformation isn't just something that takes place in our behavior but is instead something that happens inside us, a transformation of our desires. As we live out the love of God through positive acts of service to others, we demonstrate the heart of God for people to see. As we live lives of love and service, we do what Paul calls us to in Romans 12:21: we overcome evil with good. Produced on June 11, 2020 For a video version of this episode, go to:  https://youtu.be/KZG0vq7G5Xg For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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May 3, 2021
The Transformed Life #18: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
Revenge will never bring about good. Revenge will never accomplish good. Revenge is not God's way of dealing with the world that has rejected him. God calls us to join him in a different way. God calls us to overcome evil with good. At the heart of the gospel is the act of blessing an enemy. That is the essence of the gospel. The good news of Jesus Christ is that God blesses his enemies. Here in Romans 12, Paul calls on us to follow the example of God in the way we deal with those who hurt us. Paul calls on us to bless our enemies. Produced on June 9, 2020 For a video version of this short pod, go to: https://youtu.be/rdvqZMFXAxE For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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April 24, 2021
The Transformed Life #17: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
In a fallen world, fallen human beings hurt one another. In Romans 12:19, Paul declares that God cares very much about that. God is incensed by the hurts that human beings give to one another. He acts to set it right. That fact about God's reaction to our hurting one another, especially to the hurts that the powerful do to the vulnerable, bears a message both for those who hurt others and for those who are hurt by others. If you do hurt to someone, be assured that it is God you will have to deal with not your weak victim. If you are hurt by someone, be assured that God will deal with it. Revenge is an act of unbelief. Instead, trust God. He will bring justice. Produced on June 4, 2020 For a video version of this short pod, go to:  https://youtu.be/bJsUfDrFJZU For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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April 18, 2021
"Not a Ghost!" an Easter Sermon
This brief Easter sermon is preached from Luke 24:36-49.  In it, Pastor Gary explores the meaning of the physical resurrection of Jesus for our eternal life and for our mission in the world. For a video version of this sermon, go to:  https://youtu.be/iC43NTfXWS4 For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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April 5, 2021
The Transformed Life #16: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
A Christ-transformed life is a life that is defined by a particular way of relating to others, especially those who differ from us or who are openly hostile toward us. One aspect of the Christ-transformed character is its peaceableness toward everyone. This characteristic is crucially important to the mission of the gospel, because the nature of our gospel calling it to win others to willingly and joyfully embrace Christ. We cannot persuade people to embrace Christ through hostility and quarrelsomeness. We cannot win people to Christ through coercion or aggression. We can only do that through a peaceable approach. Yes, we are called to pursue truth and righteousness, but we called to pursue it peaceably and with love. Produced on May 28, 2020 For a video version of this shortpod, go to:  https://youtu.be/FOQNUgXLi5M For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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April 3, 2021
2021 Lenten Meditations--Mary Magdalene
A narrative reflection on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ For a video version of this podcast, go to:  https://youtu.be/QjDjmSGZ2vE For the written script of this podcast, go to:  Bible Note #47: Mary Magdalene--A Holy Week Meditation For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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March 27, 2021
2021 Lenten Meditations--Simon of Cyrene
A narrative reflection on the crucifixion of Jesus For a video version of this episode, go to:  https://youtu.be/OhPwb0hWSag For a written script of this episode, go to: Bible Note #46:  Simon of Cyrene at the Cross--A Lenten Meditation For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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March 19, 2021
2021 Lenten Meditations--Nicodemus & Joseph of Arimathea at the Cross
A narrative reflection on the crucifixion of Jesus For a video version of this episode, go to:  https://youtu.be/qBwRBBslAeQ For the written script of this episode,go to: Bible Note #45: Nicodemus & Joseph of Arimathea at the Cross--a Lenten Meditation For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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March 15, 2021
2021 Lenten Meditations--The Centurion at the Cross
A narrative reflection on the crucifixion of Jesus For a video version of this meditation, go to: https://youtu.be/XBzOwZ4DWkI For the written script, go to: Bible Note #45: The Centurion at the Cross (gachorpenning.com) For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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March 13, 2021
2021 Lenten Meditations--Peter's Denial
This episode is part of a series of Lenten meditations based on the people and events surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.  This episode is a narrative reflection on Peter's denial of Christ. For a video version of this episode, go to:  https://youtu.be/xnBUj-KCfyo For the script of this episode, go to:  Bible Note #43: Peter's Denial/Following Jesus--A Lenten Meditation For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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March 11, 2021
The Transformed Life #15: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
We interact with lots and lots of people in our lives. We have to decide how we will treat those folks. All too often how we choose to treat others is based on how they treat us. If people treat us well, we choose to treat them well. If people choose to treat us badly, we treat them badly in return. When we do that, we are conforming our lives to the ways of this world. God calls us to something quite different. He calls us to treat others the way he treats us--with grace, mercy, forbearance, and forgiveness. When we do, we demonstrate to the world what our God is like. Produced on May 26, 2020 For a video version of this short pod, go to:  https://youtu.be/9jpu2zTZTA4 For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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March 8, 2021
The Transformed Life #14: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
The Christ-transformed life is a life of loving what Jesus loves. Paul recognizes that loving God and loving our neighbor (Matt. 22:37-39) naturally and necessarily creates relationships and community life. Living with that kind of love draws us together and lines our lives up with people who share the same heart as Jesus, loving the same things as Jesus and, therefore, loving the same things as all the people of Jesus. Love brings us into community together. The world's way is very different, and the world is always trying to get us to comform to its ways. The opposite of love--Christ's ways--is self-centeredness. Self-centeredness is a form of pride, arrogance, narcissism. This self-centered life most often expresses itself in the form of competition, declaring "I'm better, more important, more valuable than you." Love calls us to give up that kind of competition in the humility and other-centeredness of love. Produced on May 21, 2020 For a video version of this pod, go to: https://youtu.be/v88cIMAHp1o For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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February 27, 2021
The Transformed Life #13: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
The Christ-transformed life is one marked by selfless love. That selfless love creates a community of shared lives. Sharing our lives with each other means caring about one another and feeling the joys and sorrows, the hopes and fears of the people we love. It means caring about the concerns and experiences of others. This shared life is vitally important as the people of God don't agree with each other and must make decisions together. Maintaining loving community especially in times of difficult and complicated decision-making calls for us not only to be right but to be right in the right way, being right in a way that is bathed in love and mutual respect. Produced on May 19, 2020 For a video version of this short pod, go to:  https://youtu.be/v9LWeTv_NzI For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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February 24, 2021
The Transformed Life #12: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
The Christ-transformed life is a life of love but not just a love of those who love us. Paul calls us to a dramatic departure from the ways of this world. He calls us to love those who intentionally and maliciously hurt us. And the love he calls us to is a love that is expressed in positive action--"Bless those who persecute you." We are called to actively seek the well-being of those who hurt us. But of course, as followers of a crucified Lord who died to bless and save those who crucified him, we have a high example to follow. Let's love the way Jesus loves. Produced on May 15, 2020 For a video version of this short pod, go to: https://youtu.be/pDcN05V7318 For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow “Pastor Gary's Notebooks”
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February 22, 2021
The Transformed Life #11: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
Paul calls us to a God-Transformed life and tells us that the crucial mark of that transformation in us is love. In the first half of Romans 12:13, he shows us that that love involves a sharing of our lives with fellow Christians who are in need. In the second half of that verse, he pushes the boundaries of love out to include the stranger who is not part of "our people." The word he uses for hospitality is "love of the stranger." That kind of love looks weird to our world. In these angry, divisive times, the world really needs the followers of Jesus to show them what that kind of love looks like. Produced on May 14, 2020 For a video version of this short pod, go to: https://youtu.be/AWXgS5zpi8A For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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February 15, 2021
The Transformed Life #10: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
The mark of a transformed mind (Romans 12:2) is love. Love, the apostle Paul tells us, should lead us to share our lives with others, to open our lives, especially to those in need (Romans 12:13). The world tells us that need should divide people. But Paul sees need as an invitation to God's people to open their lives and to share their lives with others. That is something that God's people should be showing the world, especially now in this time of great need. Produced on May 13, 2020 For a video version of this short pod, go to: https://youtu.be/uO0v6RxBM2w For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Facebook: like “Gary Chorpenning’s Notebooks” Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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February 13, 2021
The Transformed Life #9: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
All these weeks of being bottled up can lead to unhealthy and unhelpful responses in us, such as "What's the use?" and "I can't take it anymore!" Neither indolence nor outrage are godly ways to serve the Lord. Paul calls us to make serving the Lord the focus of our identity. No matter what the circumstances of our lives, our identity can and must always be that we are those who are serving the Lord. And Paul tells us that the hallmark of that service to the Lord is seen in our joyful hope, patience in affliction, and persistent prayerfulness.  Read Romans 12:11-12 Produced on May 8, 2020 For a video version of this Short Pod, go to: https://youtu.be/jN-JF2_Gq18 For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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February 7, 2021
The Transformed Life #8: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
Hard, scary, frustrating times can cause us to think, speak, and act in ways that we should not. Such times can cause us to become all focused on our own concerns. They can cause us to make ourselves the most important thing in the world. Self-interest, self-protection, and competition with others do not lead us to be the kind of people God wants us to be. Here in Romans 12:10, Paul calls us to place our passionate love on others rather than ourselves and to hold others in higher esteem than we do ourselves. In this way we demonstrate the character of Christ, we live into the joy, peace, and love that we are made for. Produced on May 7, 2020 For a video version of this podcast, go to: https://youtu.be/iTxlr0-rcD0 For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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February 5, 2021
The Transformed Life #7: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
Here in Romans 12:9, Paul calls us to love others sincerely. As I've pointed out in earlier sessions, loving others means to work for their well-being. Loving others means doing that which contributes to their well-being. But how do we know what that is? The good is that which contributes to human well-being; evil is that which undermines human well-being. It is God who defines that for us (see Romans 12:2). Knowing and loving what is good will show us how to love others--all others both our friends and our enemies. Now is the time for us to show the world what that kind of love looks like. Produced May 6, 2020 For a video version of this podcast, go to:  https://youtu.be/PMKNMVRqGQc For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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February 4, 2021
The Transformed Life #6: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
Paul uses a word related to the English word "hypocrite" to help us understand what genuine love should look like. Genuine love is love that has no pretense about it, love that is sincere, authentic, real. The great poison for this genuine love is self-interest. Self-interest kills genuine love. And when are we most prone to self-interest? When are we most prone to focus on ourselves and our own needs? It is when we are afraid. So, let's beware. These are frightening times. Let's be very careful not to allow these scary times to poison our ability to love. Produced on May 5, 2020 For a video version of this podcast, go to:  https://youtu.be/0062EX17RAM For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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January 31, 2021
The Transformed Life #5: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
In this verse (Rom. 12:9), Paul gets to the heart and soul of this great chapter of the New Testament. He calls us here to an unconditional, selfless, unself-interested commitment to the well-being of the other. A love that is utterly non-coercive. This love (agape) is to be the instrument of transformation that God uses in us and through us in the world to bring about his kingdom. The world sees political power and crushing our opponents and angry words as the way to go. Paul, following Jesus, says, "No. It is love that changes the world." Jesus proved that on the cross. The followers of Jesus dare not take any other course. Produced on May 1, 2020 To view a video version of this podcast, go to:  https://youtu.be/v1XvFmJnEM4 For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks" 0 Comments
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January 25, 2021
The Transformed Life #4: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
God has designed us to be in relationship with others and to live and work in interdependence and cooperation with each other. That is especially so for the church. We are to be the body of Christ in the world, living our God's love and redemption, each contributing what we have been given in coordination and cooperation with other followers of Jesus. The world needs that from us now more than ever.  Read Romans 12:6-8.  Produced on April 30, 2020 For a video version of this Short Pod, go to:  https://youtu.be/6pvrZ-nZQ4g For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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January 23, 2021
The Transformed Life #3: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
Social isolation can make "doing Church" a lot easier in some ways. We don't have to deal with all those other church members who can be really irritating sometimes. A church of one--just me--will always be just the way I like it. But according to the apostle Paul, being a Church after Christ's heart calls for more effort. It calls for us to love fellow followers of Jesus who might often annoy us, to live out our faith in fellowship with people who may be very different from us. Let's don't get too comfortable with our social isolation churches of kitchen, coffee, and computer screen. Let's long for and seek out the church of annoying and beautiful differentness. Produced on April 29, 2020 For a video version of this podcast, go to:  https://youtu.be/nO9e_Cpp8oY For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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January 18, 2021
Violence and the Kingdom of God
This is a sermon preached four days after the riots in the U. S. Capitol. In it, I reflect on the presence of signs, banners, and flags indicating that some of the rioters were violently assaulting the center of American government in the name of Jesus. What role do violence and coercive force have in the advancing of the kingdom of God? What effects will the violence in Washington, some of it done n the name of Jesus, have on the mission of Christ in America in the future? What does Jesus have to say about the use of violence in his name? In this sermon, I will explore those questions using the event described in Luke 9:51-55. A sermon preached at Venice Presbyterian Church, McDonald, PA on January 10, 2021.  For a video version of this sermon, go to:  https://youtu.be/-AsvNSCqx_s For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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January 17, 2021
The Transformed Life #2: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
I explore Romans 12:3 raising the question of how important we are in our own eyes. Paul calls us to humility in this verse. That humility is necessary if we are going to be able to love others. If we are the most important thing in our lives, then we will be driven by self-interest, and we will be in competition with everyone else. If we are guided by humility, we will be able to engage in true love and self-sacrifice. And when we can do that, we will be modeling Jesus for the world to see. Produced on April 28, 2020  [For a video version of this podcast, go to:  https://youtu.be/S9fOqFP04i0] For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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January 17, 2021
The Transformed Life #1: Studies in Romans 12 (Short Pods)
This session is the first in a series of installments that will explore what God has to say to us for our times from Romans 12. We are being bombarded by voices all around us trying to stir us up to anger, fear, outrage, resentment. That is the way of this world. God's voice will never be aimed at making us afraid or angry or resentful. God's transforming voice aims to plant in us the Fruit of his Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23) and to transform our character. (Read Romans 12:1-2 for today)  Produced on April 24, 2020 A video version of this podcast is available at:  https://youtu.be/Towrv2aGOyE For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for and follow "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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December 30, 2020
Hope in Dark Times
In this sermon, I explore the nature of biblical hope.  These are angry, fearful times, even or maybe especially among American Christians.  What do anger and fear reveal about the state of Christian hope among God's people?  I take us into a strange event in the life of the prophet Jeremiah and look at it in light of what Paul tells us about hope.  Read Jeremiah 32:1-15 and Romans 8:18-26.  Preached at Venice Presbyterian Church near Pittsburgh, PA on Sunday, December 27, 2020; a video version is available at  https://youtu.be/T8PUnnqUXT8 For more content from Pastor Gary: Blog:  gachorpenning.com YouTube Channel:  Pastor Gary's Video Notebook Instagram:  search for "Pastor Gary's Notebooks"
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December 29, 2020
Making Peace with Your Past: Episode #5--Wisdom
Everyone's past is full of meaning.  Like gold from mountains, we can mine wisdom from our past as we reflect on it and learn from it.  In this episode, we will explore some of the ways in which our past experience can be refined into rich wisdom and maturity for our lives into the future. Read Deuteronomy 8:1-20 For more content from Gary Chorpenning check out: His YouTube Channel--Pastor Gary's Video Notebook His Blog--Gary Chorpenning's Notebooks
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December 3, 2020
Making Peace with Your Past: Episode #4--Gratitude
God is at work in our lives all the time.  Often we don't recognize that at the time, but an important part of making peace with our past is looking back and seeing how God was doing all along.  Sometimes we can only see God's blessings after some time has passed.  Then, the right response is gratitude.  Our lives can take on new meaning when we are able to look back and realize what God has been doing all along.  Look back over your life, discover God's faithfulness, and spend some time thanking him.  In this episode, we'll explore some ways to do that. Read  Luke 17:11-19  and I Thessalonians 5:16-18 For more content from Gary Chorpenning check out: His YouTube Channel--Pastor Gary's Video Notebook His Blog--Gary Chorpenning's Notebooks
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November 1, 2020
Making Peace with Your Past: Episode #3 Reconciliation
Important relationships in our lives can often become damaged by things we have done and by things others have done.  Those broken relationships don't have to remain broken.  We can't go back and undo the hurtful things that were done, but through forgiveness and reconciliation, we can change the meaning and the power of those past wounding events.  In this episode we explore a famously ruptured relationship between brothers and their strange and surprising reconciliation.  How might reconciliation work in your life? Read Genesis 33:1-16 and John 13:34-35 For more content from Gary Chorpenning check out: His YouTube Channel--Pastor Gary's Video Notebook His Blog--Gary Chorpenning's Notebooks
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October 26, 2020
Making Peace with Your Past: Episode #2--Forgiveness & Healing
Many of the wounds that we carry with us from our past are wounds caused by others who have mistreated, betrayed, failed, or harmed us in some way.  One of the most important resources that God has provided us for dealing with these wounds.  That great resource is forgiveness, the act of forgiving those who have wounded us.  The refusal to forgive is, in fact, a self-destructive act that perpetuates our wounding.  Forgiving is an act that initiates the process of healing.  It sets us free.  In this episode, we will examine the nature and practice of forgiving those who have wounded us. Read: Matthew 18:21-35 & Colossians 3:12-17 For more content from Gary Chorpenning check out: His YouTube Channel--Pastor Gary's Video Notebook His Blog--Gary Chorpenning's Notebooks
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October 22, 2020
Making Peace with Your Past: Episode #1--Repentence
In this episode, we explore one of the resources God has provided us with for making peace with our past.  All of us can look back over our lives and see actions and patterns of life that were wrong, unhealthy, and harmful to ourselves and others.  We can go back and undo our past.  How can we find relief and release from these self-inflicted wounds and burdens from earlier in our lives?  Repentance is an important means that God has given us for healing and restoration. Read Psalm 51:1-19 and 2 Timothy 2:22-26 For more content from Gary Chorpenning check out: His YouTube Channel--Pastor Gary's Video Notebook His Blog--Gary Chorpenning's Notebooks
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October 19, 2020