The unjust judge fears neither God nor people. But in our story, even this judge has a last nerve-- and the pesky woman got on that nerve and change happened. But just who does the widow represent? And the unjust judge? You may be surprised. We hope that you will join us in worship this week as we look at this parable of Jesus. Worship is just over 28 minutes of song, scripture, prayer, praise, and reflection. Continue reading →
Josiah began ripping his clothes when he heard the news! The scrolls they’d found renovating the temple had God’s long-neglected words for how they were to treat each other—and they were failing miserably. What changes did they need to make? How does this relate to us in the world today?
Our worship today looks at how God calls us to be prophetic people, to work for God’s purpose in the world as a whole, and our small parts of the world. We learn from the prophet Jeremiah as God came to him. Minister Amy Grogan will be preaching from the text Jeremiah 1:4-10, and Luke 4:18-19. Continue reading →
Micah 6:8 is sung beautifully, soulfully, by Phoebe Spier in this short video with artwork and photos. This work is produced by DisciplesNet, an online ministry crossing barriers and boundaries to share the Good News of God's redeeming love.
Find out more about DisiciplesNet at www.disciplesnet.org, and Phoebe Spier at phoebespier.com