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  • Together2

    (Dear Webb Weekly Family, I have missed the last two editions due to having carpal tunnel surgery. I’m glad to be back at my keyboard and again sharing faith conversations with all of you. Much to my surprise, the world fell apart during my absence. Sorry about that. I’ll be more careful in the future.

  • You Are a Masterpiece0

    For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago. Ephesians 2:10 NLT A Masterpiece? Really? Receiving Scriptural truth isn’t always easy. We sometimes find ourselves arguing with God—and this is one of those times. Let’s be honest, most

  • Integrity0

    For those of us who lead in the Church world, integrity is essential. We can talk all we want about the mission of God and church growth and global compassion and social justice, but unless we have integrity, we’re just blowing smoke. The word integrity means to be principled, functional, sound, whole, real, transparent and

  • A Place to Belong0

    Many of us have been blessed to grow up in a culture where our faith is not just tolerated, it is still, to some extent, accepted and even respected. Our experience is far different than those who live in persecuted countries around the world. In those settings, when someone surrenders their life to Jesus Christ,

  • A Place to Believe0

    Do you have any needy people in your life? I’m not referring to people who are in need. You can be in need and not be needy. We all face times of need, and thankfully we have friends and family to lean on in those difficult seasons. The kind of people I’m referring to are

  • Discipleship and the Super Bowl0

    The big game is just days away. I’m a Steelers fan, so I’m not overly interested, but I’m always fascinated by athletes performing at the most elite level of sport. For that reason, and because I’ll watch the game with a group of friends, I’ll tune in. What I’m writing about this week is Christian

  • Free from Disorder0

    As we settle into a new year, many of us are determined to do better in 2020 than we did in 2019. Eat better, exercise more, take more time off, keep better tax records, read our Bible more consistently, pray more passionately, spend more time with our kids, take better care of the house, attend

  • Fear Not!0

    “A Charlie Brown Christmas” first aired in 1965, one year after I was born. Even back then Charles Shultz had to put up a fight to include the scene of Linus reciting Luke 2:8-14. Both his producer and his animator believed Shultz was crossing a line by having the Bible quoted to such an extent

  • The Word Became Flesh0

    During this fourth week of Advent, we are focusing on John’s description of Jesus as “the Word became flesh.” You can find this passage in John’s gospel, chapter 1. It sometimes happens that word meanings become trivialized. To trivialize something is to make it seem less important, less significant or less complex than it really

  • Confrontation and Comfort0

    Note: This article was inspired by a sermon preached by Rev. Carey Richards. With her permission, I have edited it to be an article for the Webb Weekly. This week’s theme for Advent is preparation. Remember, Advent means coming – and part of the Advent celebration involves preparing for Jesus’ return. Preparing to be in