God is speaking to us, but do we know how to listen for His voice?
Jesus calls us to follow in his footsteps -- to be disciples and to make disciples.
"I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen."
As Jesus enters the temple, he sees a whole enterprise profiting from the sacrificial system. Jesus turns the whole place upside down. His existence now redefines the presence of God. Later, the outpouring of the Holy Spirit signifies the new way God dwells in the midst of us.
Many of us struggle to know how to pray, but Jesus actually gives us a model for how we should pray.
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.