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Each day, more and more people are taking steps to get back to life as normal.  But the evidence of the past year still surrounds us.  Restaraunts are only half-filled.  Sporting events take place in empty arenas and stadiums.  Piano players sing their soul out in front of sparse crowds.  Churches have nearly empty sanctuaries.  We are still asked to wear masked, keep our distance, and limit our travel.  Some folks haven't seen family in over a year.  And we may wonder if things will ever get back to the way it was.  In this series, we look at times in Ancient Israel's history when they felt the way we do today.  One day, their lives were changed.  They went into exile.  When they tried to get back to life as normal, they wondered if that could ever happen.  And this happned to them over and over again.  We will reflect on their stories, walk by their side, and find hope today as they found hope then.

  • May 30
    • Because of One Road  
      • A brief history of exile.  
  • June 6 
    • Exiled from Eden
      • Hope of a new beginning
  • June 13
    • Exiled in Egypt
      • Hope to be made free
  • June 20
    • Exiled in Assyria and Babylon
      • Hope of going home again 
  • June 27
    • Exiled at home under Rome
      • Hope of God in our midst