While Jesus encourages us to be merciful to the vulnerable, we need to look beyond simply being moral to see how He has been merciful to us, showing His mercy and compassion. May we go forth and do likewise!
Happy Father’s Day! Be sure to call your dad today! 🙂 On Trinity Sunday, we can celebrate many things, especially the trinity of God. But understanding God’s nature can be overwhelming. He is Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. Let us celebrate Him in all his forms!
Pentecost was an extraordinary day. When the disciples were able to communicate to others ‘each in their own language’ it was a unique event. Since that time, ‘Pentecostal’ has been at times both a noun and an adjective. Today we discuss how can we keep the energy of Pentecost with us every day – to…
As we remember our veterans and and their sacrifice, we remember Jesus as he demonstrated the ultimate sacrifice in our Lord’s service. What then can we learn from these lessons for how and for what shall we live?
Join us as we give thanks for our mother’s and their love & care for us – much like Gods love, unconditional and incredible. Be sure to call your mother today and give thanks for her love & care for you! 😉
When the two women reported the news of an empty tomb, they were not believed at first. They were perplexed, and no one remembered His words. Resurrection is perplexing! Today, as we celebrate our Lord’s resurrection, let us remember what He has taught and carry His truth in our hearts each and every day!
As we consider the events of Good Friday, we reflect on the events of Christ’s crucifixion as the Lamb of God presented through art. These two images accompany tonight’s sermon: Agnus Dei by Francisco de Zurbaran St Cecilia by Stefano Maderno
On this Palm Sunday, we remember the concept of a king’s ransom, of paying an enormous price to save a life. But Jesus had no ransom charged. As had been foretold, no one paid, no one even stepped forward to help. As we reflect on the events of that Holy Week so long ago, we…
Are there reasons for praise in the Lenten season? Yes! As we remember the 40 days of Lent do not count each Sunday, for Sunday are kept as a day of praise. May we give thanks to the Lord this day and every day for his bounteous gifts and boundless love!