Jesus challenges the hypocrisy of the Pharisees’ religious traditions when their rituals take the place of faith.
The familiar saying, “Clothes make the man” goes back to antiquity with certain clothes reserved for certain classes, occupations or hierarchy. But Paul tells us that we are to be clothed with Christ, taking on his spiritual characteristics and showing Christ to the world.
Rev. Neil Leftwich, Central West District Superintendent, reminds us that we are blessed no matter our circumstances — God is always with us.
Rev. Gary tells about his trip to Africa University in words and photos.
Last Sunday we learned the significance of Jesus as the Bread of Life; but what is the next step in understanding how that applies to our lives?
Jesus said, “I am the Bread of Life.” Our reflection on scripture leads us into a celebration of Holy Communion where we receive the Bread of Life in the here and now.