Mtr. Sarah reminds us that in this space, during this time, we are able to come and rest and be attentive to God.
Fr. Wiley asks: what if we approached our prayer and worship like King David did, like the privilege, pleasure and opportunity it is?
Fr. Wiley calls us to celebrate the freedom of the resurrection; the freedom of life in Christ.
Fr. Wiley reflects on the necessity of grief; it's just as holy to make space to mourn our losses as it is to celebrate hope.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that when our will is aligned with God's and when our confidence and strength are His, anything is possible.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that in the kingdom of God our deeds are nothing unless they are a sacrifice of the heart, so remember to look on the heart, for the heart, with the heart in all you do.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that even if our faith isn't popular it will always be powerful so love anyway and watch the Holy Spirit change the world.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that the presence of God lives within us that we might become what we beheld in Jesus.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that for those who are willing to answer the call of the Spirit, God is willing to do incredible things with us and through us.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that we are not alone as we go about the mission and legacy of sharing the Good News of the Gospel.
Fr. Wiley asks us to consider what it would look like to love God with all we are and to love our neighbors as Christ loves us.
Fr. Wiley encourages us to share our experience of the living God, especially when we feel the prompting of the Holy Spirit.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that peace and reconciliation are acts of God that begin with prayer as we listen to His voice.
Mtr. Sarah declares that we are never not giving witness to God in the world.
Mtr. Sarah asks us that when we have experiences of God, does it change us, do we tell others our story, do we believe?
Fr. Wiley shares that life abundant and life eternal are the scandalous truths of Easter, so live like we know that God is for us and live in a way that leads others to the light of the risen Christ.
Fr. Wiley asks: why is this being allowed to happen; where is the rescue; how could we have been so wrong; if God is dead-what happens now?
Mtr. Sarah invites us to listen how Jesus gave us something new that would nourish us for centuries to come.
Mtr. Sarah invites us this week to wrestle with the uncomfortable transition from triumphal entry to crucifixion.
Fr. Wiley muses on how Jesus speaks of death as glorification; the final step of transformation begun at baptism.
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that people empowered by God can choose good in this world and stand as witnesses to the Good News of the Gospel.
Fr. Wiley discusses how the truth and freedom of the Gospel is counter to everything we've been taught to expect.
Mtr. Sarah asks if we are committed to the mission of Jesus and if we understand the cost.
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that our baptism was only the beginning of our journey to God, as we live into our identity as children of God.