Maybe focusing on a different part of Jesus’ parable of the mustard seed can help us unlock a surprising insight or two.
How do we share God's gifts with persons in our world, our community who can only see despair or disillusionment?
What difference does it make to say we are people who believe in the Trinity? How is that "message of connection" shared with others?
This year, for Pentecost, we gather looking for that which can re-ignite our flames.
Jesus prays that his followers would be “made holy in the truth.” What are we missing that keeps us from being holy now?
God's abiding and all-inclusive love how we respond to our neighbors and those we love. It involves our response to the injustice of the world and the sanctity of life.
People have been trying to embody loving community from time immemorial. How do we create a loving community?
John referring to Jesus as the Good Shepherd and Psalm 23 are 2 passages that comfort us and lull us into a false sense of security that will get a bit more scrutiny this week.
Resurrection is far more than just a promise of life after death. Instead, it is a challenge to all the things that bring death into our world.
There is so much more that happened throughout the ministry of Jesus that didn't make the Gospel accounts we have.