Each of us is created as a holy vessel of embodied love. Our sense of wholeness has been shattered. We look to Lent to be a season or recovery after the toxicity of this last year. Jesus is in solidarity with our healing of body, soul and spirit, where beauty is created from that which feels broken.
Mary, the young mother of Jesus, was as a woman powerless in the face of those who ruled the land. Still, in the Magnificat, Mary exults in a power that comes, not from a throne or any earthly authority, but from God. God’s powerful grace and love through Jesus is then claimed for the poor and oppressed.
Faith is the bridge between where I am, and the place God is taking me. Hear what skydiving, Peter’s walk on the water, and making a decision to follow Christ all have in common.
What matters to our Creator is not the image we present to the world, but the image God created in us.
If you’re feeling soul-less and wrapped up in things that won’t let you go, Jesus offers you new life.
With the direction of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit we can persevere in life, even to the end.
Lying can harm both individuals’ lives as well as the church.
The joy of the Lord is our strength!
One day makes a difference when you are filled with the power of the Holy Spirit.