Welcome! I hope this finds you safe and well and finding ways to share your love with others. There are two more posts directly following this message. A communion post and the song “Day By Day” that I referenced in the message. Peace, Tex
April has been cold and damp. It’s time to plant our gardens and we have had just a few narrow windows in which to work outside. We long for the sun and the temperature to rise. Many of you have posted pictures of bread you baked and recipes you have tried, and projects you haveContinue reading “Consider the Meaning of Life and Our Reason for Being”
As we continue to share our faith through this medium, we are aware that time is marching on. This is the fifth message and it looks as if we will be connecting this way at least through the middle of May. Know that we appreciate your many responses and we hold you all in ourContinue reading “Disarming Faith”
The message was directed to a different time. Last week it concerned an uncomfortable time. Today I will reflect on Palm Sunday, though I am aware of how this is also an inconvenient time. I will be posting through Holy Week and will have more to say about a Christian response to inconvenience. Thank youContinue reading “Inconvenience”
We are in the second week of separation, and many of us are feeling a bit uncomfortable. We in the church are looking for ways to be supportive and helpful. This is one of our ways of expressing our faith and God’s love. Good health and Peace be Yours, Tex
We are trying to stay connected to the members and the community we serve. We will post a sermon weekly and supportive material through the week. We hope this is helpful and that the message is relevant. This is my first effort at self video. Stay safe, healthy, and in touch. The Lord bless youContinue reading “Different Time”
We may pray for the suffering of the person who hurt us, and God meets our hurt with a call from a friend rather than a lightning bolt to our enemy. But chances are, most of us will not see the call as the answer to our prayer when it just may be!
I have read dozens of articles and sermons and blogs on this short story from Luke about the sisters Mary and Martha. They all seem to concentrate on the differences between the two types of people who invite Jesus into their lives.