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?
Pastor Sarah invites us to recognize the growth places in our lives as we work to imitate Christ and God's work in the world.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that in Christ - we are many, we are different, and we are one.
Fr. Wiley prays that when the Spirit moves, may we be moved as well.
Mtr. Sarah encourages us to wait and pray during this inbetween time, just like the first disciples.
Fr. Wiley invites us to make this 10 day gap till Pentecost a time of preparation and continued prayer: what is God getting ready to do with you?
Fr. Wiley shares that the gift and opportunity of this life is to be a co-creative with the One who is still creating, through the work of the Holy Spirit.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that if you're looking for a way back or forward, Jesus is the way that leads to life abundant and hope that is worth everything.
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that the Good Shepherd continues to seek, call and guide us even when we wander.
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that we need one another to remind us that God is here even when we forget.
Fr. Wiley invites you to make a space for Christ because what He brings is peace.
Fr. Wiley declares that this is the moment when death meets the light of God.
Mtr. Sarah connects our present moment to the moment of the triumphal entry in Jerusalem through the lens of anticipatory grief.
Fr. Wiley asks us God's enduring question for every time we're tempted to give up or give in.
In the first sermon from our online worship, Fr. Wiley encourages us to see our isolation measures as offense, not defense. Yet, even if it costs us our lives, we're to love as Christ loved us.
Fr. Wiley asks us: do you believe the Lord is among us and if so, what are you afraid of?
Mtr. Sarah submits that as a believer your old life is over, and it's ok if you have questions about your new life.