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The Psalms are a collection of ancient Israel’s poetry and prayers. They show us the many ways Israel attempted to communicate with God by expressing praise, gratitude, grief, anger, hope, and awe. In a time where many expressions of faith are either disproportionately skewed toward optimism and triumph, or paralyzed by skepticism and analytical thinking, the Psalms offer us a faith and language that spans the spectrum of the human experience and categorizes everything as worthy of bringing before God. How might we allow these ancient poem-prayers speak to us and on our behalf?

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These conversations and teachings are important to understanding who we are as Crossings and what questions we are continually asking.

Teaching is one of the ways our community attempts to find their way back to God. This means being honest and authentic about the Story of God (found in the Bible) and how it intersects with our own stories. There is something powerful about a group of people who are willing to wrestle with these kinds of hard questions. We think our time of teaching should start, not finish a conversation. Our study of God’s Story and our story should lead us to learn, unlearn, relearn, and put a new frame on our faith. Hopefully, by doing this, we are able to tell a new and better Story.