Mary was already faithful before she was asked to bear God’s Son. It’s what we do before the miracle or the big work of God that prepares us for the big stuff when it comes. (you can google Cliff Young story as told by Ann Voskamp)
God uses angels to give many messages of good news as he makes a way for his Son to be born. We begin with the good news for Zechariah and Elizabeth today!
This is Christ the King Sunday and the end of the liturgical Christian year, but the story isn’t over!
God’s love is always worthy of giving thanks!
Shelter, safety, rest, family. The components of our everyday lives. These things are both ordinary and necessary. Who doesn’t need shelter? Who doesn’t crave safety and need it to survive? Who among us hasn’t tried to control our environment and think that if we work just a little harder or longer we will be better, […]
All Saints’ Sunday is a day of celebration. We celebrate not because death and loss is good or joyful, but because our hope is secure in Christ Jesus our Lord. We can celebrate because God is good all the time and because we are part of the eternal church, the kingdom where there will be […]
Job’s story began nearly ‘once upon a time,’ and after much waiting, watching, crying, and even some complaining, Job does get his ‘happily ever after.’
Job longs for God to speak and is astonished when He does!
Last week we began a brief journey through the Book of Job. Job’s story is written to communicate something of what it sounds like, looks like and feels like to be the very best person you can possibly be (God bragged on Job and knew Job’s heart and actions of total faithfulness) and still have […]
Spend some time with Job and watch him hold onto God through the good and the bad!
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