The Rev. Michael Penfield
John 11:32-44
14 mins 16 secs
Views: 101
All Saints Day is a celebration that honors God and all of His saints—known and unknown. It is a commemoration of all martyrs and all the apostles, confessors, and all servants of God.
Bro. Innocent Umunna
Mark 12:38-44
19 mins 15 secs
Views: 80
Jesus sits and observes the people donating to the treasury. He comments that the widow has given more with her mite than those who have given from their plenty.
The Rev. Cindy Stansbury
Mark 13:1-8
24 mins 36 secs
Views: 87
In this Sunday's Gospel, the disciples are in awe of the formidable masonry of the temple. But Jesus responds by telling them that it will all be undone. As Christians, we live with the knowledge that the world as we know will be undone. As we live through times that feel like our world is coming undone, how are we called to live? Not by throwing tantrums over coffee cups.
The Rev. Kyle Logan
John 18:33-37
13 mins 26 secs
Views: 97
If you're bored with happiness, I recommend watching the news. The evils of this world are noisy gongs and clashing cymbals. It's a sure way to become depressed. It causes us to pray more fervently the Lord's Prayer. "Your Kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven." We long for that Day when the wrongs will be made right, evil washed away, and justice, peace, and love will all harmoniously work together on earth to create a symphony of praise. Come celebrate with us, not only that coming Day, but also the King of kings and Lord of lords, Christ the King.
Release. Freedom. Restoration. What words come to your mind when you think on Salvation? What does it mean for our lives now and into the future? This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. During Advent we focus on preparing ourselves for Jesus Second Coming and for the celebration of his Birth in Bethlehem. This Sunday we will reflect on a word that Jesus used to describe our hope and our challenge.