God's Holy Spirit is at work in and through the people of Long Island as the recovery from SuperStorm Sandy continues.
It has nothing to do with church so why do we have to talk about it here? Can't we just keep church stuff separate from stuff in the world?
Jesus wants us to try and taste new things – things that might take us out of our comfort zones and show us new perspectives and new outlooks.
As our beloved United Methodist denomination struggles with who she will be, we need to be clear about who WE will be.
God’s Holy Spirit ignites a brand new day: some speak like never before, others hear in ways they never thought possible.
The type of invitation that can change a person's life and cause them to go home and tell the people they live with that there is a God whose love transcends all of the chains that keep us bound.
Our task is to make sure that there are fewer persons who feel like "outsiders" & more who know and experience the love of the God who loves us all.
As one writer puts it..."It is time for us to learn to like and love the different flavors and tastes laid out in the banquet that is the human family."
It’s another delightfully weird story that also manages to be poignant and insightful…even in the context of fixing and sharing a meal.
Confirmation Sunday we embody hope.