Fr. Chris describes the Christ we are waiting for in this Advent season.
Mtr. Sarah discusses our encounter with a different kind of King and Kingdom.
Mtr. Sarah reveals the deeper meaning of the parable and the ridiculous overabundance that God entrusts to us.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that our direction is always towards the promises of God, but we have to make the choice.
Fr. Wiley suggests that today, the question isn't so much whether you are willing to be martyred for your faith, but whether you are willing to be inconvenienced.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that in these unstable times, God is our refuge and the hope on which our world waits.
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that none of this is ours - it is all God's - we too are God's - and that is Good News indeed.
Fr. Wiley warns us from turning to the thing that fills the void, thus casting God in our image, instead of allowing God to make us in His.
Mtr. Sarah casts the ten commandments as gifts from God and reminds us of the blessing inherent in those gifts.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that Jesus is asking everyone to choose God now and become children who say and do the will of the Father, and thereby change the world.
Pastor Sarah reminds us that in God's Kingdom, our productivity has nothing to do with our worth.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that God is our help, strength, and shield if we're willing to turn to Him powerfully, faithfully and together.
Pastor Sarah reminds us to see God in one another, as we love our neighbors as ourselves.
Pastor Sarah reminds us that when God calls, it doesn't matter who we are; what matters is who God is - and that He equips us to answer.
Fr. Wiley examines how Christ is willing to walk in the midst of our mess to lay claim on our hearts.
Fr. Wiley asks us to remember that the one on the other side of any issue, is a beloved child of God.
Pastor Sarah reminds us that when we become distracted by the storm in our lives, Jesus is present to bring us to safety.
Fr. Wiley looks at life's struggle's and suggests that, like Jacob, if we continue to wrestle unto every new dawn, we gradually reveal the face of God.
Pastor Sarah suggests that perhaps our job is to notice how God is moving in the world, and then point to it.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that we're not equipped to sort the weeds and wheat; we are to be sowing, tending and growing the Kingdom of God.
Fr. Wiley asks that we don't just offer the Word only where we think it will be accepted; God has grace enough for us to sow these seeds everywhere.
Pastor Sarah reminds us that the only box that matters is being a child of God.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that when we give ourselves over to God, then God puts us to work for righteousness and for good.
Bishop Howard ponders the question: when the outward reality is so bleak, how can we live with it?