Seeking: Honest Questions For Deeper Faith
Let us open our hearts and spirits this Easter to receive the glorious news once again. As our own cups are filled, may our lives become vessels that carry that life giving news to others.
Join us on a musical journey alongside Simon Peter as he companions (and fails to companion) Jesus through the last days of his life.
These stories from Ezekiel and John talk about hope. During this particular time and place, what do our hearts and lives need in the way of hope and how are we called to share that hope with others?
Jesus’ healing of a man born blind raises all kinds of questions. What kind of questions are good and what kind are bad? In what ways did the blind man see/perceive while the others did not?
The story of Jesus asking the Samaritan woman for a drink inspires us to reflect on how we can learn from his example and cross boundaries to engage others?
How have we experienced “beginning again” in our lives? Why do we sometimes resist it? How might God be inviting us to “begin again” this Lenten season?
This week we begin with the story of Eve in the Garden and Jesus’ temptation in the wilderness. These accounts remind us of something essential…that seeking begins with listening.