Dear LABC, Last weekend was a busy weekend for Lakeshore. The PAUSE alternative worship service lifted up the theme of community, and I went away reflecting on the following quotes: Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform … Continue reading May 9, 2018Continue 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 →
Discontent What shall we do with our discontent–the gnawing feeling that things should be better than they are? Perhaps during Lent, when we make special effort to get in touch with our inner selves, we become aware of our discontent, … Continue reading Lenten Reflection – by Dale EdmondsonContinue reading →