Jesus begins his ministry with the greatest sermon ever delivered in the "Sermon on the Mount". The beginning of that sermon constitutes the Beatitudes. Do those conditions represent the attitudes of the "Good Christian"? Or does Jesus have something more to say?
Jesus' plan to "rule the world" began with an unusual objective: make disciples. Simply stated: discipleship is a big deal.
In baptism God signs and seals his people into covenantal membership of his family.
The church has fasted during Lent for almost a millennium. During Lent you are invited to give up something of personal value and reorient your rhythm of life around the God who defeated sin at the cross and death at the empty tomb.
The parable of the Good Samaritan opens wide the door for an intentional life of neighbouring. Jesus is inviting you to experience divine and earthly love in our neighbourhoods, workplaces and schools.
Where does the idea of justice come from and why should we care about it? Let's dive into the meaning of justice and see what it says about God, us and our neighbour.
God has a heart for the marginalized generations in our community.
The Lord teaches his people in Leviticus that "when a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born."
The Pharisees asked Jesus, "Who is my neighbour?" It's no surprise Jesus answers this culturally and politically-charged question with a parable packed with incredible meaning.