In the text for today, we see Jesus in the brilliance of what he does best — teaching the people, unfolding the mystery of who he is and witnessing to the life-altering, miraculous works of God.
Like Abraham, I am being called to put my faith in God.
Our lives are always a mix of deep sorrow and cause for rejoicing, and this psalm reflects that reality.
God, in this lenten season, we claim the promises of God made to Abraham in the covenant.
When you think of the generations after you, whose faces come to mind?
My prayer for you during this Lenten season is that you remember the ways God has upheld His covenant to you and how you can and will uphold your covenant to God.
In this season of Lent, I pray that we dare to cultivate love, share love, and act in love. For you and me and the creatures too.
This year’s theme, “Between You & Me” invites us to explore the subtle dynamics born of spoken and unspoken covenants that make up our lives: Covenants with God, with others, with the earth.
It’s again the time of the year that Goshen College offers an online resource to help believers make time and space in their hearts and minds to reflect during the season of Lent. Beginning Feb. 14 (Ash Wednesday) and culminating on April 1 (Easter), Goshen College students, faculty and staff will provide weekday reflections based … Keep reading »
The paradox of death and life, and of risk and resurrection, are quite simply the essence of the Easter story. For indeed we are promised that death and darkness are not the end; new life and hope await each of us.