One of the foundations of our faith is that there is hope, joy, love and peace that can happen in this world every day and every where.
This gift is one we have received that we certainly did not deserve and sometimes may not appreciate......God's love for us through Jesus Christ.
As people of faith, we can either be blinded by the glitz and splendor or be the light of hope and promise. It is all a matter of perspective!
What is it about these stories that entice us to read them and sing them and act them and reimagine them again and again?
Getting ready to wait for some seems more like an oxymoron than a stance for a follower of Christ.
Sometimes in life there are people, places and things that we place a limited amount of our trust in. We are not always "full in" to everything or everybody. There is this unknown limit of how far we will go and that is it.
This Sunday, our guest preacher will be Rev. Rich Havard. He is the executive director of The Inclusive Collective/A Christian Movement.
How might All Saints Day help us better understand ourselves, our calling from God, and the community we are continually building?
How do we respond to God's grace in our lives?
Children’s Sabbath has been and continues to be an important way for all kinds of people to offer a united moral witness for children that crosses all lines of geography, faith tradition, race, and ethnicity.