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Abundance is About Community

This gospel today is hard. It challenges us to think about where we put our trust and therefore our abundance.

Striking a Balance

I want to make sure that we see both Mary and Martha as faithful disciples. They have different approaches to serving the Lord.

Love is Our Call

Jesus is telling us that anyone who needs our help is our neighbor, and we are called to respond in love wherever there is someone in need.

Not the End of the World

Wherever there is life, and especially wherever there are humans, things crumble. And sometimes, crumbling feels like the end of the world.

Our Bodies are Good

Our bodies are good because God made them. Our bodies are powerful because only through them can we love our neighbors as ourselves.

Creating Community in Christ

Paul’s vision is of a world where the power of the cross can abolish the distinctions between people.

The Trinity is Queer

Jesus tells us today that we will constantly be growing into God’s truth. That’s the gift of the Trinity. It’s the practice of Pride.

Costly Unity

Costly unity means fighting for the right not to bear arms. It means living in such a way that creates a world where we default to love.

How to Read the Bible

How are we to know what should guide our belief and actions? Not even our Bible is clear. I can only tell you what I do: I prioritize Jesus.

The Good Shepherd

Part of being a faithful Christian is learning to hear God's voice more and more, and that takes practice.

From Saul to Paul

How are you sharing the gifts God gave you? Where are you giving them? How far do your gifts reach?

Notes on the Resurrection

And now, once a year, after we have waited in the dark theater of Lent to Good Friday, we celebrate the gift He gave us.

Grace Means Lavish Love

The Rev. Sara Cosca-Warfield Scripture: John 12:1-8 I want to put this gospel reading into context, because it drops us right into the...

Our Sin Does Not Define Us

God is waiting for us, not to exact punishment, but to run to us, filled with compassion, to gather us in God’s arms.

 

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