We should take advantage of the moments when we know of God's presence, and share them!
What does Harry Potter, Teen Wolf, and Hunger Games have to do with Jesus and the Bible? Check out this sermon from October 1!
Have you ever heard of "candle time"? I was introduced to this concept a few years ago by a good friend and colleague in ministry. The basic idea is that you light candles, share, reflect, listen to music, and really give youth an opportunity to practice what it means to "be still and know that... Continue Reading →
We do not pick and choose who comes, we are only to help them to see that they are fearfully and wonderfully made. That this is a safe place, where our uniqueness is welcomed and accepted, and that we can always find common ground between us and our neighbor.
So if out of the mess, we are called into community - which is also messy - but we are free to live as God's hands and feet in the world, what are we free to do?
If you ask me what our guiding philosophy is for the youth & family program for the Our Saviour's 2017-2018 school year, you might hear me use say this line, “Relationships are hard. Feelings are messy. I am enough!” But what does that mean? Relationships are hard. They take work, but God calls us to... Continue Reading →
It was such a beautiful morning yesterday! The sun was shining, there were Deacons in the kitchen, cake and ice cream being served, families and graduates all around, and lots of laughter, smiles, and catching up. There was a lightness to the fellowship that occurred yesterday, and for some, it was like a family reunion!... Continue Reading →