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The Astounded Crowd
This Sunday, our Discipleship series concludes with Jesus’ transfiguration on a mountain. It is good to explore this text in the aftermath of #GC2019 so that we may listen more carefully for Jesus’ teaching and live more fully as the body of Christ.
I believe that we are called to shine a light of love and hope in the world, that we should try to make a difference in people’s lives. And sometimes doing so will change our lives too…
In the closing sermon of our Lenten series, we conclude by looking forward with hope at God’s promise for all people.
This Sunday, we explore the concept of recovery. This work prepares us to hear even more clearly the good news that our faults and weaknesses do not define us, and that healing and wholeness are possible.
This Sunday’s message frames the Christian “program” of Rehab in the Ten Commandments.
This second Sunday in Lent focuses on intervention and the idea that we must rely on help to endure the wilderness.
This Sunday, we begin the season of Lent with a focus on wilderness. What is the wilderness?
This Sunday is Transfiguration Sunday, a time of exploring the mystery of Jesus on a mountaintop and a profoundly transforming experience.
This Sunday’s lectionary text reminds us that Jesus frees us to be who God creates us to be.
Dear friends… I hope and pray that we have all enjoyed a fulfilling Thanksgiving filled with good company, good food, and perhaps a bit of our favorite sport (whether that can be found on a television or a couch or a beach). It is an important thing to gather and give thanks for the richness of our lives, both in terms of material items and in terms of relationships. I have shared with some of you that I enjoyed a…