Dreaming all the way to heaven!

In a world of “Get ‘er done roofers” and purpose-driven Protestants, where ground-to-air missiles are launched at passenger jets flying over the Ukraine, and Hamas terrorists are terrorizing Jews in Israel and Israelis feel the only way to respond is by lobbing bombs into Gaza, we could use a few more good people willing to dream all the way to heaven! How far do your dreams reach?

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The Lord is Your Keeper

Posted: July 21, 2014 in Uncategorized

A powerful message of hope amidst fear and times of trouble, preached by the Rev. Dr. C. Gorman, a Presbyterian (USA) pastor who works with her husband, Rev.  Dr. Steve Gorman, in Cairo, Egypt.  Delivered at the Old Stone Church in downtown Cleveland, Ohio on Sunday July 13th.

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Dreamers needed

Posted: July 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

Never undervalue the importance of your holy dreams! In a world of “get er done roofers” and “purpose driven Protestants” – our dreams often reveal God’s deep intention for us and for our world. Like drawing back the curtain between what is and what could be, between the profane and sacred, our dreams open us up to the purposes of God.

- R. Mark Giuliano, The Old Stone Church, Cleveland

 

Jacob's Dream

 

 

 

Fly On – by Humming House 

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Too small to be a burden?

Posted: July 18, 2014 in Uncategorized

Any concern too small to be turned into a prayer is too small to be made into a burden.

- Corrie Ten Boom

Speaking in Possibility

Posted: July 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

Often, the person in the group who articulates the possible is dismissed as a dreamer or as a Pollyanna persisting in a simplistic “glass half-full” kind of optimism. However, it is actually the people see the glass as “half-empty” who are the ones wedded to a fiction, for “emptiness” and “lack,” like the [imaginary] wall are abstractions of the mind, whereas “half-full” is a measure of the physical reality under discussion. The so-called optimist, then, is the only one attending to real things, the only one describing a substance that is actually in the glass.”

- Rosamund Stone Zander

 

Mark Giuliano brings this inspiring (and often times, humorous) message from the Old Stone Church in downtown Cleveland, Ohio on Easter 2014. 

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