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December 25, 2022

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Breaking Boundaries

May 15, 2022
Today, we are reading the conclusion of the story of Peter and Cornelius which appears in the previous chapter. It’s a story that could be taken as encapsulating the grand…
Upon Tabitha’s death, the disciples in Joppa, knowing that Peter is in the vicinity, send for him. Peter is greeted by mourners and recipients of Tabitha’s good works with evidence…

A Most Demanding Job

May 1, 2022
John gives us a story of a dark night of fishing failure that is interrupted, transformed by Jesus into a story of great abundance. When the disciples dare to do…

Bodily, Tangible Proof

April 24, 2022
John tells us about Thomas’ reluctance to believe his fellow disciples. It’s rather amazing that though Thomas and his fellow disciples have doubts, confusion, and fear, it is to them—in…

The Empty Tomb

April 17, 2022
The tomb is empty. The resurrection of Jesus makes the gospel story not merely a great experience to read but a life-changing power. Apart from the resurrection, Jesus was just…

Maundy Thursday Worship

April 14, 2022
We will recall the prophecies made and promises fulfilled in scripture and celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
Christ's life moves forward with purpose even if that procession leads from triumph to tragedy (and back to triumph).  It is through the tragedy in the end, that true triumph…
This is the passage where Mary anoints Jesus’ feet with costly perfume. Christ praises the costly gift as Mary lavishly pours out the best she has for the One who…
The story of the Prodigal Son teaches us about loss and belonging. Christ loves younger brothers and sisters, wayward souls, people who mess up regularly and royally. He pleads with…
This passage shows Jesus’ sorrow over Jerusalem and the stranglehold of organized religion. Christ takes ridicule and threats for what they are; subordinate and in service to the purposes of…

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