Shalom. This week we begin the book of Shemot, meaning ‘Names,’ known as Exodus… the second book of the Torah. Sometimes referred to as the Book of Redemption. And our portion is parashat Shemot. Events taking place over a progression of many years unfold in our portion, and there is so much to learn. Enter […]
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– The Christmas season is over. Now what? (soft instrumental music) This week in our first reading, the first things that we hear from the prophet Isaiah are, you are my servant, Israel, through whom I show my glory. What does that mean for us? This time that we are entering into is called ordinary […]
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– Join us this week as we talk about the significance of the baptism of Jesus. (gentle flute music) This week, we celebrate the baptism of our Lord Jesus. It’s also the last day of the Christmas season. And it may seem a bit odd that the last day of the Christmas season is actually […]
There is a story shared about a young lad who loved football very much. He was also very good at his studies. It was time for him to leave his high school and move on to College. Many college football coaches came along to search for talented players and enroll them. They did this by […]
Today more than ever before the world is in need of you… Its in need of your Christian love, service and your passion to bring about a social order after the heart of Christ Jesus, just as many followers of Christ brought transformation to the world. Yes, its in need of you…For “The Spirit of […]
I was hoping I would run into you again. Tyler, right? Yeah. Cool. What’s up? Well, I’m going to class right now, but I realized that Karma is my version; it’s my security blanket, I guess. You know. Religion guides people, and I guess Karma guides me. Yeah? That’s what I came… I was thinking […]
If you’ve ever encountered apologetics before, in particular, Christian apologetics (though the following might in part apply to other religions as well, at least in part), you’ve most likely heard one of the arguments from the category I like to call the “appeals to ultimates”. You’ve probably heard something like this before: “Who am I? […]