Today, we continue our Lenten Journey. Last week, we accepted the foundation of our travels, that we are all sinners. This week, we recognize that Lent is not simply forty days set aside from the rest of our faith travels. Like the journey of Abram to the Promised Land, our journey is rooted in previous … [Read more…]
Today, we begin our Lenten journey to the cross and the glorious Resurrection of Jesus Christ. In our message today, we set the foundation for that journey. We accept that we are all sinners. Period. And we all need to get right during this holy season.
Today, we celebrate Transfiguration Sunday, a moment where we are reminded of the true glory of our Lord and the awe that we should feel every time we come to worship Him. We also look at change in our own lives, and how when God changes us, it can be difficult and uncomfortable, but the … [Read more…]
Today, we continue to examine Jesus’s teaching in the Sermon on the Mount. We hear some challenging words from Jesus Christ. We are reminded that Jesus has expectations that we are to follow when we devote ourselves to Him. We search our hearts, and we accept that living a life that is in the footsteps … [Read more…]
Today, we continue to examine Jesus’s teaching in the Sermon on the Mount. We are reminded that we Christ sees us as the Light of the World and the Salt of the Earth, here to help others find the path and grow in their faith. We also examine what type of example we should set … [Read more…]
Today, we begin to examine Jesus’s teaching in the Sermon on the Mount. We are reminded that Christ wants us to be happy, not just after we have gone on to glory, but right now. We find that hen we chase the stuff of this world, we will be disappointed, but when we seek the … [Read more…]
In our scripture today, we wrestle with difficult words from the Apostle Paul. Through his challenging letter to the troubled church at Corinth, we are reminded that as Christians, we are one in Christ, we belong to Him, and we need to treat others in our world with love and understanding.
Today, we look at Paul’s letter to the trouble Church at Corinth. He responds to them with grace, and we are reminded of the awesome power of God’s grace in our lives.
In today’s service, we focus on prayer. We look at how important it is to have a vital prayer life, and how we know when God has answered our prayers.
On this New Year’s Sunday, we focus on the journey of the Magi to see the Newborn King. We ask ourselves a difficult question, what is keeping us from Jesus Christ as we start the year anew?