October 30, 2016

Based on Luke 19.1-10

Every neighborhood seems to have that house — that one house that’s just run down. You know the one.  

The mismatched shades are always drawn. A shutter is missing from a window. The screen door is torn and hanging open. There are cracks in the side...

October 23, 2016

“God bless America.” 

We hear these words all the time. We hear them in good and bad times. In times of great hope and in times of great hopelessness. 

“God bless America.” 

As we head into the final turn of the presidential race, we hear the candidates declare “God bless...

October 17, 2016

In light of today’s Gospel reading, I’d like to pose to a question:

Is God calling us to be impartial or partial?

It seems like a trick question, but it’s really not. 

You see, we’re taught in our tradition to be impartial and unbiased. 

In Galatians 3.28, the Apostle Paul...

October 9, 2016

If you’ve read the book or seen the movie “The Motorcycle Diaries” — the latter which became a hugely popular and important film after its release in 2004 — then you might know a different side of Ernesto Guevara. Known more commonly simply as Che, in his later life, h...

October 5, 2016

par•ish: a small administrative district typically having its own church and a priest or pastor. (dictionary.com)

The Apostle Paul wrote to the early church in Corinth that as followers of Christ, we are commanded to care for one another, rejoice together and never be d...

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