Fr. Wiley asks "who would you want to come by if you were the injured man in the ditch?"
Fr. Wiley reminds us that wherever God's people gather, God is present.
Fr. Wiley encourages us not to wait to have everything in order before we go and follow Jesus.
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that every single one we call "them", God calls Beloved Child.
Fr. Wiley shares that the Trinity is part of the beauty and mystery of God - and can only be encountered, not taught.
Fr. Wiley notes that the variety of languages is evidence of the power of the Holy Spirit to make us one.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that for those looking, the Holy Spirit is willing to be found and will lead us to do things we never thought we could.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that in the resurrection we're asked to go out and be bringers of light, the bearers of Christ.
Bishop Henderson reminds us that we are all shepherds - baptized into the mission of Christ.
Mtr. Sarah reflects on how quickly we forget that it's still Easter today.
Fr. Wiley declares that resurrection is the truth that demands to be shared.
Fr. Wiley declares that the gift of abundant and eternal life is offered and available to us today.
Fr. Wiley proclaims that resurrection is already happening in you; you are your eternal self right now.
Fr. Wiley asks if on this day of misery and miracle, did we just want to destroy something beautiful.
Mtr. Sarah shares a story of radical hope, of radical love.
Mtr. Sarah acknowledges that if we look to God and not ourselves, we can get it right.
Fr. Wiley tells us to be so entangled in Christ, that no one can tell the difference.
Fr. Wiley describes how God seeks those who don't know they're lost, breaking any boundary we put up to do so.
Mtr. Sarah shares that repentence is more about how we live our life today, by turning to God, as we live in Christ.
Fr. Wiley encourages you to search for those places where God is absent and then take that place to God in prayer.
Fr. Wiley invites you to let God fill you with the power to withstand the storms of life.
Fr. Wiley challenges us to be the spotter as we look at our darkness this Lent, and let God's grace destroy that which is seeking to destroy us.
Fr. Wiley challenges us to give up something in Lent that you intend to give up for good, and let God transform your life.