Archive for February 2021

The reading for today seems off-putting and a little ominous, but when we dig into what Jesus is saying when he teaches his followers and those whom would be his followers, we learn that taking up our cross is a good thing. Pastor Paul discusses how that is so and why it matters for our lives today.

 

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Seminarian Nichole D’Onofrio invites us to think about our prayer lives in response to the Psalmist David’s prayer.

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Without a test there can be no testimony. What a crazy year it has been, right? But in the test of the past year character has been revealed and our own testimony has been strengthened. Pastor Paul invites us to think about how our own testimony, our witness to faith, might have evolved.

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It's Ash Wednesday again and the beginning of Lent, again. How are we invited to respond in this season? What if we embrace the mystery of the great love of God for the people of God and lean into our baptisms? Pastor Paul invites you to consider this and more in this special message.        

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In the story of the transfiguration we meet Jesus and the disciples on the mountain and Jesus' identity is secured for the disciples as God speaks and Moses and Elijah appear with Jesus. What does this have to do with us and how we live our lives each day? How are we changed by the light shown forth in Christ? Pastor Paul talks about this and more in today's sermon.

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Jesus takes time to pray, but how do the 70mil search results about when to pray have to say about what and when we pray? Seminarian Nichole addresses the readings in a thoughtful way in today's message.  

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