Jesus’ Parable of the Rich Fool reveals the foolishness of storing up treasures in this life.
The disciples knew the rote prayers of Judaism but asked Jesus to teach them how to pray more effectively.
Jesus’ Parable of the Good Samaritan offers many levels of meaning.
On heritage Sunday Pastor Gary focuses on the legacy of love in our families and in our church.
In Jesus’ Parable of the Prodigal Son we tend to focus on the sins of the younger son but the elder brother was also “lost” in a different but equally destructive way.
The Devil’s temptations did not dissuade Jesus from his commitment to serve God’s call on his life. What can we learn from his example?
Paul states that we (the Church) are the body of Christ and are to be his presence in the world.
Jesus tells his disciples that they must also take up their cross, if they would be his followers.