Despite the ‘shaking’ at times we have the ability to look forward into the future with hope.
The church needs to be a ‘generator’ of hope and reflect on values that last forever.
Not to build little kingdoms, but a sense of hope in Christ that will last for ever.
How did Tom as university student share his exploration of the breadth of expression of the christian Faith
Moving through this Epiphany we need to be looking for the signs that God has for us for this new year.
The fishermen that Jesus called to follow him, knew what it was like to pull fish from the chaos of the sea.
What does it mean to pull people from the chaos of their lives, the storms around them, the deep blue of the seas they are in and bring them into the order of God. ‘Called to follow’ equals ‘Call to love’ (even when we want to resist).
We observe moral challenges as we consciously impact the world.
Created in God’s image, can we find Theologian, Paul Tillich’s idea, “God is the Ground of our Being.”
Old Testament predictions come to fulfillment.
On the journey with Jesus, the disciples misunderstand many of the prophesies presented to them in the teachings. A humble donkey plays a main role.