Today, we look at a passage often shared a funerals. It's a passage of new life, new creation, all things will be made new. What does that mean for us? Is it just for after we die?
Today's reading shows some questions regarding who Jesus really is. We'll look at the Festival of Dedication, and what the Jews were really expecting to see in a Messiah. Then we'll see the image of Shepherd. Not what they were looking in a Savior. But maybe we should be...
This morning, we did something a little different. The pulpit was moved out of the way, the stage was set as a seashore. Simon Peter had a fishing net on his lap, he was cleaning and repairing it for the next time he goes fishing. And he shared some stories with us...
The story of Thomas comes up the week after Easter every couple of years. Because of this story, Thomas has the reputation of being a doubter - Doubting Thomas we refer to him as. I don't think that's fair. This morning we'll get a better picture of Thomas - and perhaps ourselves as well...