Strangers and Foreigners

Lectionary Reflection for the Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost, Year C, August 7, 2016
Everything in this world is transitory, a part of a larger whole, a dot on the map of eternity, but happy are those who put their faith in God, who are ready to pack their tents and journey on to the final destination God prepares. (Photo: Ben Christenson, Creative Commons)

From Fear to Faith to Freedom

12th Sunday after Pentecost Lectionary Reflection August 11, 2013 Do not be afraid little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom. Luke 12:32 Want to appreciate the scale of the universe? Take a blanket outside to a place beyond the lights of town or farmyard, make sure it is […]

“Ready, Set, Go!”

Lectionary Reflection
11th Sunday after Pentecost, August 8, 2010

As Christians, we need not live our lives steeped in fear and anxiety about what may happen. Instead we are called to be ready, to fully invest in faithful discipleship, and to live the good news so that all may see and know the love of God in Christ Jesus.