Today, on the Third Sunday of Advent, we focus on an often-overlooked character in our Advent Story. We look at the way that Joseph responded to chaotic circumstances beyond his control. He made the loving and faithful choice, and we are reminded that we should do the same. We also celebrate that God made the … [Read more…]
Today, on the Second Sunday of Advent, we continue to prepare our hearts and our minds for more than just a commemoration of the Birth of Jesus, we prepare also for the coming of something new, a new and glorious age that is yet to be completed.
Today, we begin the Holy Season of Advent, a time of preparation and anticipation. We remember that Advent is a celebration of the Birth of Christ, something that happened long ago, but it is something more. It is a reminder that something new is coming, on God’s time, and in ways that we cannot expect.
Today, as we conclude our church year and celebrate Christ the King Sunday, we remember, and we celebrate, that Jesus Christ is Lord of All. Amen. Alleluia.
In today’s service, we find a challenging reading about the end times, and we try to sort our way through what is certainty and what is mystery in the words of Jesus Christ.
Today we are reminded that we serve a resurrected Lord, and we are a resurrected people! Let us cling to God’s Word and live in the peace that only He can bring!
Today, we look at the familiar scripture from the Book of Luke focusing on the story of Zacchaeus. We open ourselves to the Word anew, and we seek to examine what it means to really try to see Jesus.
In today’s service, we conclude our monthlong study of the Book of Second Timothy. We find a perfect example of Christian joy, and we remember the difference between joy and happiness in our world.
In this week’s service, we continue to look at Paul’s Second Letter to Timothy. We are challenged to always choose love, peace, forgiveness, and most importantly Jesus Christ in this troubled world.