Abraham was a father. His prayers, found in the book of Genesis, give us insight into this high calling.
As our graduates head off to new adventures, we pray God’s provision as they become strangers in a strange land.
Pentecost is more than an amazing event that took place in Jerusalem long ago; it is also the promise of God’s presence that is fulfilled in very ordinary days of our lives.
In the early church there was hunger, but it was not due to the lack of food.
People trapped in addictions, as well as their families, long for the day they will “be in their right mind.”
In the midst of broken relationships, grace and healing abound.
The question asked of Jesus, “Where are you staying?”, is a central question for us all.
Baptism is not a one-time event, it is something we reclaim for ourselves on a regular basis.
As they walked the road to Emmaus with Jesus, whom they did not recognize, the disciples learned much about the ingredients of joy.
The angels told the disciples that the resurrected Jesus had gone ahead of them to Galilee, the place where Jesus had done so much good.