Advent is a time of expectant waiting for God to come among us. Our hope in our uncertain time is for advent of God who remembers us, even in our forgetfulness of God, and comes among us with the power to save.
Pledging our lives to Jesus is taking a great risk, but brings even greater rewards.
Celebrating Reformation Sunday, we give thanks for God’s love and freedom.
We rejoice in gratitude for God’s generous gifts to us, inspiring our own generous giving.
The connection between what we do and what we say, reveals who we are.
God is extravagantly generous with all of us – we never get what we deserve – we get better.
We are called to live our Christian lives in community – Christ tells us how to get along.
In an experience of spiritual renewal, remembering the grace of God, we can overcome what is lamentable about the patterns of our world and discern what is good and pleasing and mature – what God’s will is for each of us, and for our world, through the renewing of our minds.
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