Sermons on Luke
We continue in the Gospel of Luke, a gospel that focuses our attention again and again on our use of resources and our treatment of those in society who are most vulnerable.
Today we spend time with possibly Jesus’ most perplexing parable! Why on earth does Jesus seem to commend the dishonest manager and what is Jesus, along with the gospel writer, Luke, trying to tell us about money, resources and fullness of life?
Today marks the 21st anniversary of 9/11. We lost so many and so much on that day, yet we have a God who searches wholeheartedly for each one.
Jesus attended a dinner at the home of one of the religious leaders. Jesus offered advice about more than just table manners…he was talking about Kingdom manners.
Join us on Sunday to hear more about the “bent over woman” and explore what it might mean for us and our world today as we continue to seek freedom from that which binds or diminishes us.
This Sunday we will return to the story of Jesus’ birth and infancy, focusing on a woman and prophet named Anna.
Neighbors…they can be a joy and/or a struggle! This Sunday we are spending time with one of Jesus’ most well known parables, the parable of the Good Samaritan.
Today’s passage gives us the opportunity to reflect on what it means for us to “follow Jesus,” and how that takes shape in unique ways in each of our lives.
Our Gospel reading is the account of “Legion,” a man occupied by many demons. We explore this fascinating text, digging in a little deeper to find ways that this passage intersects with our lives..
We have been intentional this Lent in our exploration of what it means to be “filled to the brim” and to lean into the abundant and expansive life to which God calls us. There is no day that “overflows” with God’s love and grace more than Easter.