Our living water, our hope, during the Covid-19 pandemic.
As our Lenten journey continues I hope that you have the courage to let the Spirit blow you toward some new roads, that you will free yourself from some of the expectations and traditions that are maybe holding you back. I hope that you will have the courage to let God in, and see what… Continue reading Seeking – John 3:1-16
Lent 1: Jesus reminds us today that yes, this season of Lent is about being tested but it is also about discovery. It is about discovering who we are in relation to God, and discovering how to live our lives in ways that affirm that relationship. It is about knowing where to place our feet… Continue reading Being Human Genesis 2:15-17, 3:1-7, Matthew 4:1-11
Jesus tells us that we can turn even our anger into a force for transformation. And every time we work to take this world one step closer to justice and equality, we are worshiping our God, we are pointing to God’s love that is amidst us, even as we are broken and hurting. We are… Continue reading Turning Anger into Worship – Matthew 5:21-37
For a new appreciation of The Beatitudes we hear it read from The Message. It is good to hear things in new ways. When you are out there on the end of your rope, God is out there with you.
How much are you prepared to let your faith change you?
What if you knew your world could be changed by asking one simple question? Would you have the courage to ask it?
Do not fear, says God. I have called you by your name, you are mine.
Love takes courage. And Mary had courage. Today we reflect upon incredible stories of our faith in our Lessons & Carols service, stories about God being with God’s people and bringing about the hope, peace, a joy and love that just can’t wait this advent. But none perhaps are more incredible than this story of… Continue reading The Courage to Welcome Christmas – Luke 1:26-38
God has heard our cries for hope and peace, for justice and new life. And God has not forgotten us.