Scripture is our song for the journey,the Living Wordpassed on from generation to generationto guide and inspire,that we might wrestle a holy revelationfor our time and place
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Faith is more a process than a possession. And through faith incredible things happen. Like forgiveness.
10 lepers are healed in this scripture passage, while only one returns in gratitude to Jesus. This man, we will see, has been "twice healed."
The straightforward reading of this parable--that we are to share our wealth or else--doesn't account for the fact that Jesus says threats don't actually work.
Jesus' "hardest parable" suggests that we are to engage in a great campaign of sabotage.
We are tempted to think that the spiritual life is about seeking after God. But here, we find a God who is relentlessly seeking us.
One of the “hard sayings” of Jesus where he says that if we want to follow him we must learn to hate family and life itself, take up the cross, and give away all our possessions.
Some of us are oppressed by our failures. Some of us are imprisoned by our success.
We are tempted to believe that the spiritual life is about maintaining our own moral purity. According to Peter, it's about crossing boundaries to minister to "impure" people.
Where death reigns it is only counteracted by resurrection.
The most surprising thing about grace is who it’s given to.
The sixth and final sermon in our series “Practicing Christian” on the practice of giving and generosity.
An introduction to prayer and Ignatian Spirituality by Catherine Kelly, Retreat Director at St. Mark's Parish, UBC.
Followers of Jesus are obviously called to serve others, but why? What are we doing?
Part 3 in our sermon series "Practicing Christian" on the Six Spiritual Practices for Following Jesus.
Part 2 in our Lenten sermon series “Practicing Christian.”
Part one, “Spiritual Friendships,” in our sermon series Practicing Christian on Six Marks of Discipleship.
Moses' face shines with forgiveness when the Israelites expect punishment.
This week’s sermon is from guest preacher, retired United Church Minister, the Rev. Murray Etty.
If Christ has been raised. then this life is a journey fixed toward the most beautiful destination: the eternity of God’s never ending love.