We have seen the Lord! A rich feast has been prepared for all peoples on the mountain of God. Like Mary, Jesus calls us each by name into abundant life.
Today’s story of Philip eagerly baptizing the Ethiopian eunuch challenges us about our openness to welcoming the “other.” The Eunuch, castrated in order to serve, was neither fully male nor fully female and he was not allowed to worship fully inside the temple in Jerusalem. But he was seeking and traveling up to Jerusalem to […]
Today, Pentecost, is often considered the birthday of the church. However, church membership is in decline and it’s hard to see God’s word living. As we have lingered in a valley of uncertainty and change over this past year, in what ways might we have fallen behind or even stopped in our tracks How might […]
Today we begin a series of study and worship as directed by the book of Philippians on Joy. Recalling our first solo drive, solo bike ride, or riding public transportation for the first time, we remember the sense of joy and excitement. Our faith ride can embody remarkable deep joy even when we are in […]
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