In Jesus’ most famous speech, he does not begin with a list of commandments or some grand metaphysical, philosophical statement about the universe. Instead, he begins with a blessing.
“How can four men walk away from everything – to follow a carpenter who says only a few words to them?”
The message of Chester Wenger’s letter, and the message of Peter’s words in Acts 10 are the same: God’s love is bigger than we can comprehend. The good news of everlasting life is not just one for nation, one group, one race, one gender, one sexual orientation, one background. Jesus came to love the whole world. And we, as his followers are called to do the same
The Perfect Gift Matthew 2:1-12 Have you ever received a gift and the card with it said “It’s You!” but when you opened it you wondered if that person even knew you? On my 70th birthday I received a present from my sister Sally. She is one year younger than I am and we […]