One of the things I love about Lakeshore’s Vacation Bible Camp, now in its 8th year, is the way in which it provides faith formation for all its participants: campers, teens volunteers and leaders alike. Kids have a chance to … Continue reading May 31, 2018Continue reading →
This Sunday marks the end of the Easter season – a seven week period of remembering the journey of Jesus’ followers as they encountered the Risen Christ and sought to make sense of the resurrection. The gospels record multiple resurrection … Continue reading Easter Gives Way to PentecostContinue reading →
A sermon of story and song – we will celebrate the stories of our faith and God’s vision for a world of unity, justice and compassion.
Something happened to the followers of Jesus after his crucifixion. Something that catalyzed them into a community, that set in motion a movement that has influenced the life of the world. Mystery is involved, a mystery I don’t confess to … Continue reading Easter Reflection – by Dale EdmondsonContinue reading →
From God’s Point of View I created a paradise and, within this paradise, an incredible garden. I placed my most beloved creation, people, as caretakers. The garden was self sustaining and required no work. It provided everything the caretakers needed … Continue reading Easter Reflection – by Leon TaylorContinue reading →
Dining as a Spiritual Practice John 21:1-14 Dining, the breaking of bread, and fellowshipping, played a significant part in the ministry of Jesus. He said goodbye to His disciples over a meal and after the resurrection, in the passage above, … Continue reading Easter Reflection – by Carolyn MatthewsContinue reading →
What’s so good about Good Friday? On Good Friday, we commemorate the death of Jesus – the brutal, government sanctioned, crowd-appeasing murder of an innocent man, the Son of God. It is a day of heartbreak, of great suffering and … Continue reading Holy Week Reflection – by Allison TannerContinue reading →