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My Story

Click the link below for the outline for the 'My Story' assignment.  Who are you?  Where did you come from?  What are your cultural, ethnic and religious beliefs?


The Beatitudes are eight blessings recounted by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew. Each is a proverb-like proclamation, without narrative. Each of these blessings begins with the word beati, which translates to "happy", "rich", or "blessed". 
Each Beatitude consists of two phrases: the condition and the result. In almost every case the condition is from familiar Old Testament context, but Jesus teaches a new interpretation. Together, the Beatitudes present a new set of Christian ideals that focus on a spirit of love and humility different in orientation than the usual force and exaction taken. They echo the ideals of the teachings of Jesus on mercy, spirituality, and compassion.

The Case for Christ

A hard-driving journalist, Lee Strobel was exactly where he expected to be at work: on top. His award-winning investigative reporting recently earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. But things weren't going nearly as well at home where his wife Leslie's newfound faith in Christ went against everything Lee believed-or didn't believe-as an avowed atheist. Utilizing his journalistic and legal training, Lee begins a quest to debunk the claims of Christianity in order to save his crumbling marriage. Chasing down the biggest story of his career, Lee comes face-to-face with unexpected results that could change everything he knows to be true.

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Your Relationship With Jesus

Why  does  your  relationship  with  Jesus  matter  to  the  Church?  
Since the time of Jesus, his followers have attested that Jesus Christ is personally present in all of our relationships, even though those relationships are imperfect. As followers of Christ, we believe that we must share and celebrate these stories about our most meaningful human relationships, and that we must also gather in Jesus’ name as Church (ekklesia) to share life more fully together. Our own stories of tribulation and triumph become one with Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life, death, and Resurrection, particularly through the celebration of the Eucharist. Sharing stories and the sacred meal given to us by Jesus are at the heart of what it means to be called “Church.”

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