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Final Thoughts From Vatican City

Written by Heather Zempel | March 14, 2011 |

Some final thoughts post-Garden to City. Filmed in Vatican City.

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A Season of Discovery

Written by Heather Zempel | March 9, 2011 | 2 Chronicles 33 - 36

For fifty-seven years, the people of God in Judah were ruled by evil kings. Manasseh erected idols, worshiped false gods, and sacrificed his sons. His successor, Amon, was so bad that his own servants conspired against him. Enter Josiah. Made king at only 8 years of age, something was different about him. For some reason, he made a decision to walk with God.

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Grace In The Gap

Written by Maegan Stout | March 7, 2011 | 2 Chronicles 19 - 23

In the beginning was… shalom. Everything was the way it was created to be.  It was good. The creation account shows God’s creation being satisfied and whole – in work, in community, and in God. Then it fell apart. We all know the story. We have brokenness where wholeness once was. All creation seems to know it. The apple left the taste of an appetite that cannot be satisfied.

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2 Hours & 15 Years

Written by Sarah Magallanes | March 2, 2011 | 2 Chronicles 1 - 5

2 Chronicles takes us through the beginning of Solomon’s reign as king, answered prayer of receiving wisdom from the Lord, blessing of wealth, and the provision given for the construction of the temple.  In Chapter 5, Solomon, the elders and leaders, and all of Israel witnessed the Ark of the Covenant being brought into the Holy Temple – the fulfillment of a promise made long ago.

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