Why was John motivated to point Jesus out and who is this other disciple with Andrew? The answer reveals a lot about our own relationship with Christ.
What does it mean to be baptized and why does it matter? Does such an ancient practice still “hold water” today?
This weekend, we’ll celebrate Epiphany, the Christian holiday of unveiling or revealing. Come and learn how God builds trust with us through Christ’s epiphany
Are Hope, Faith, Joy and Love sufficient to sustain us even as the chaos of life continues?
Love is not quiet. John 3:16 is a verse we can most often quote, yet sometimes we do not embody the magnificence of the text. Let us together see how we are called to live boldly in love in the midst of all of the chaos.
GLAD TIDINGS * GREAT JOY * FOR ALL PEOPLE An Advent Worship Service Presented by the Keller United Methodist Music and Worship Arts Ministry “...I bring you glad tidings of great joy which will be to all people.” (Luke 2:10)
We often think that if we could eradicate chaos from our lives then there would be peace, only to discover that chaos thrives on our frantic desires to eradicate chaos. What does peace in the chaos look like?
How strong is your hope? When all signs point to the contrary, is our hope powerful enough to move us forward?
The unspoken rule of Thanksgiving around many tables is to not talk about things that can be difficult: religion, politics, how dry the turkey is. Avoidance of such topics get us through the day, but avoiding the topics does not lead to healing. Rather than avoid or scream at one another, what does a disciple do in times where trauma is at the table?