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The Rev. Kimberley Talbot Pfeiler
Mark 9:2-9
19 mins 36 secs
Views: 110
Sometimes we look at something so often that we don’t really see it anymore. We accept it as true, incorporate it into our lives and stop noticing it anymore. But when our senses are dulled, we can miss the good stuff – and sometimes get into real trouble! This Sunday, halfway through Lent, Canon Kimberley Pfeiler returns to St. James, to take a fresh look at our reality, in the context of the Good News of John 3:14-21.
Courage to respond to God's call.
The Rev. Kimberley Talbot Pfeiler
Mark 9:30-37
15 mins 57 secs
Views: 130
It is Only through Grace...
The Rev. Kimberley Talbot Pfeiler
John 6:56-69
16 mins 10 secs
Views: 110
Simon Peter answered him, “Lord, to whom can we go? You have the words of eternal life. We have come to believe and know that you are the Holy One of God.”
God calls you, personally and specifically, to a changed life, to individual purpose, and to a new future. He knows your weaknesses and frailties, but He also sees your true identity, purpose and potential. How will you respond?
If you met someone who didn’t understand Christianity, how would you describe the Good News? Many Christians would talk about going to Heaven, or living a better way of life. But Christ’s message was so much more! This week we’ll celebrate All Saints Sunday with joy for Christ’s message that allows us to live lives of joy and hope for the future of our world.
We Serve at the Pleasure of the King. Whatever our individual circumstances, we are living in the Kingdom of God – and there can only be one King. This Sunday, The Reverend Kimberley Pfeiler reminds us that there are lots of ways, big and small, we resist the King. But when we do, we are the ones who stand to lose.
The Rev. Kimberley Talbot Pfeiler
Luke 21:5-19
22 mins 12 secs
Views: 551
It's the end of the world as we know it… That's not just the name of a great song, it's a promise from God. The end will come, bringing both an end and a beginning. A sense of loss and fear of the unknown make it really easy to avoid this subject. But for Christians, this isn't a warning, it's a promise – and a call to action. On Sunday, we'll talk about the ways the ending of the story changes everything.
Jesus' followers heard the message straight from him. They followed him from town-to-town, watched his actions, prayed with him, and still they just kept missing the point. If it can happen to them, when He was right there, how easy is it for Christians today? This week's Gospel message is a wake up call, to remind us that Christianity is a revolution, and we need to get behind it.
The Rev. Kimberley Talbot Pfeiler
John 3:1-17
15 mins 30 secs
Views: 215
Jesus tells Nicodemus he must be born again.