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Ash Wednesday
Posted on March 2, 2014
Ash Wednesday is one of the most powerful Christian holy days of the year. It leaves behind the pageantry of Christmas…the raucous nature of Mardi Gras…and, as the first day of Lent, it prepares our hearts for the resurrection experience celebrated at Easter. FUSION’S celebration of Ash Wednesday combines the power of tradition and ritual with an experience of intimacy with the Holy Spirit leading to the surrender of self. Join us Wednesday, March 5th, as we prepare our hearts – making more room for God in our lives!
I think you should be a big QUITTER!

Posted on October 27, 2013
I’ve recently become aware of an inescapable squeak. After a long hard search I discovered its source: Wait! That’s me on the “hamster wheel” of life! Man…we spend a lot of time and energy pursuing things…GOOD things! A sense of significance…loving and being loved…a sense of belonging…success…even holiness and righteousness. All good things that we never seem to fully achieve. Here’s the thing, I think I need to become a quitter – probably you do as well! As I’ve thought about this (which is difficult with all that noise going on) I’ve come to realize that it may not be “bad luck” or poor planning which keeps me from my goals. This is going to sound weird, but maybe it’s God! It’s God doing what He’s been doing all my life, trying to save me from myself. Maybe the pursuit of these wonderful goals is the problem? Maybe it’s just another manifestation of my wonderfully big ego? Maybe I need to pursue God more than goals – no matter how “godly” they may seem? Maybe the answer lies in becoming a QUITTER?
What if…

Posted on August 24, 2013
What if God planned that the challenges you face today are actually opportunities for blessing? How would you feel if you really believed that? Could you believe that?

Just an idea…
Posted on August 24, 2013

Want more joy? Isaiah Chpater 55 contains a secret to creating more joy…not just in our own lives but in the world around us. Verse 5 speaks of our Creators desire to “endow you with splendor.” God wants His people to experience His glory – that’s His will for His creation! The very next verse gives us the key to experiencing His splendor when it says: Seek the Lord while He may be found; call on Him while He is near. The results are described in the final verse of this chapter: You will go out in joy and be led forth in peace; the mountains and the hills will burst into song before you, and all the trees of the field will clap their hands.