We continue deeper into our Lenten Journey today, and we accept that if we are really doing the hard work of this holy season, we might end up in places where we did not expect to be, places which might even make us uncomfortable. This day, we resolve to persevere, and we celebrate that Christ … [Read more…]
This week, we begin the Holy Season of Lent. We begin with some encouragement for the journey, and then we reflect on why we spend this season getting our hearts and our souls right as we prepare to celebrate the glory of Easter.
Today is Transfiguration Sunday! Let us take some time today to remember what or “Who” really gives us our identity. Let us worship our Lord with expectation of God’s power and glory shining through! Amen!
Today, in a continuation of last week’s message, we find some timeless truths about what it means to live as followers of Jesus Christ in the 21st Century World. We discover these truths in Paul’s first letter to the troubled church at Corinth in the First Century. We celebrate that our Holy Scripture, it speaks … [Read more…]
Today, we are reminded that even though our scripture at times seems to be written in a far away time for people who are very different from us, the Holy Spirit allows it to speak to us in our unique time and place. In a scripture about whether or not early Christians were allowed to … [Read more…]
Today we continue our sermon series on God’s call in our lives. We remember that all calls from Jesus start with just one step. What will you say yes to today?
Today, we begin the season on our church calendar known as Ordinary Time. Today, we look at the way that God calls out to each and every one of us, and we celebrate that no call is ordinary.
Today we celebrate Epiphany Sunday. We celebrate the recognition of the Magi that Jesus was, and is, the Savior for all peoples. And today we remember that we, as followers of Jesus, are too on a journey of learning to recognize God in our own lives. Amen to that!
Today, on this New Year’s Eve, we celebrate the traditions of our Methodist past while also looking ahead by renewing our covenant with God for the New Year.