Welcome to the Ridiculous Love podcast from Left Hand Church. Whether you attend our Longmont-based services, or tune in on-line, we’re so glad that you’re here as part of our funky and fully-affirming church today.
As you listen to the episodes, we hope it will be a reminder that the love of God is bigger, more inclusive and filled with more grace than any of us can imagine. There is, truly, room for us all here.
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Join us for a chat with Chief Left Hand author Margaret Coel, originally recorded during our November 2020 Left Hand Church Book Study Group. Learn about the history of the Arapaho nation and the great chief for whom so much in this area of Boulder County is named.
Our co-pastor Paula Williams preaches on the question of how to stop yourself from being decieved? By looking back while moving forward. The 8th through 10th chapters of Acts provide guidance in navigating these difficult times.
Our co-pastor John Gaddis takes us through Acts 17. In today's teaching we talk about Paul's speech in the intellectual capital of the world, where he answers a fundamental question that many of us have asked ourselves -- how do we look for God?
Our co-pastor Paula Williams takes us through Acts 12. It's also a look at the rich human history of searching for meaning, and in that search finding the answers to the human condition, and a compass for how to live.
This is our second sermon in the sermon series on Acts, entitled "After Jesus, The Church," given on Sunday, 10/18/20 by our co-pastor, John Gaddis.
Jesus has just left Earth and his followers grapple with "What Next?" They find their answer: community. And how are we doing at this community thing 2000 years later? We'll discuss that, and the physics behind community, in today's teaching.
This is the first sermon in the sermon series on Acts, entitled "After Jesus, The Church," given on Sunday, 10/11/20 by our co-pastor, Paula Williams.
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