Lectionary Reflection for the Epiphany of our Lord, January 6, 2013
Where do you see Jesus in the world around you? One of our challenges is to help people learn to look for, to see, and to experience the divine presence in their daily lives and in everyday epiphanies (Photo by Friar’s Balsam. Thanks!)
Lectionary Reflection for the Ninth Sunday after Pentecost, July 29, 2012
Where do you see signs of Jesus in your daily life? Start simple. Think small. Even bread and water can point you to God.
Lectionary Reflection for the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
July 22, 2012
Jesus encouraged his disciples to rest and care for themselves so that they could better care for others. How are we as individuals, leaders, and congregations encouraging good self-care stewardship practices? Read on for more information! (Photo by HaPe_Gera used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!)
Lectionary Reflection for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, June 24, 2012
How does a wide open faith and heart help us to deal with life’s storms? Even when we don’t realize it, God is riding the waves with us, bringing us through the chaos into safe, grace-full harbors. (Photo by NASA used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!)
Read Duane Elgin’s fine reflection on how death is one of life’s best teachers. “In acknowledging the reality of death, we can more fully appreciate our gift of life,” says Elgin. Click here to read the entire article reprinted in The Daily Good. Photo by Jeremy Keith used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!)
Holy Trinity Sunday, June 3, 2012
Are you ready to experience and embrace the holy and untamed Triune God? Will you and those you serve be sent willingly into this beautiful, broken world to serve and love?
Lectionary Reflection for the Second Sunday in Lent, March 4, 2012
This week’s lessons invite us to consider the lives of those we hold in esteem as pillars of faith. We remember them for their faith and for the way in which they point us to God. They take up their cross not for glory but because of the One whom they serve. (Photo by Oggie Dog used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!)