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.
Fr. Wiley comments that when we fast with life in mind, there's abundance for everyone, which can lead to the kind of fasting that brings transformation.
Fr. Wiley acknowledges that it can be intimidating walking into the darkness after being in so much light.
Fr. Wiley asks us what is the Lord waiting for us to do with our days of wholeness and health - what is it He has left for us to do?
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that in Jesus' name even death has been defeated and that resurrection is not only possible, but promised.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that our unity is found only in Christ, and that it is only by our humility and God's grace that we can be made one.
Mtr. Sarah encourages us to follow God's call as He continues to lead us into new life in Christ.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that we are called by God to "let there be light", witnessing and reflecting God to others - even on social media.
Fr. Wiley shares that what was revealed is that God has come to be one of us so that we all may have an encounter with the Living God.
Mtr. Sarah discusses the contrast between two Kings and two kingdoms.
Fr. Wiley points out that from the Son's fullness we have all received grace and love that we carry into the world in order to reflect the Glory of God.
Mtr. Sarah reflects on the familiarity of THIS story which doesn't change even as the world does.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that we don't have to face the world alone or unloved - because God came for us.
Fr. Wiley encourages us to study Mother Mary in order to better understand how to bear the light of Christ into the world.
Fr. Wiley encourages us to look through the troubles of the present time to see the promises of God.
Mtr. Sarah shares that the good news of Advent is that we'll never truly be prepared for the coming grace of God - but God comes anyway.
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.