Two of our graduating high school seniors, JiJi Mielke and Sam Climer, share their understanding of how God's is daily at work in their lives, the life of the church, and creating a way forward through everyday miracles of love, grace, and forgiveness.
We are celebrating Pentecost, otherwise known as the birth of the church.
In this week's sermon, Rev. Whitney reflects on how it is possible to still celebrate your birthday when you're almost 2,000 years old and it's been a difficult, scary week in the world around you.
Did you know that women bankrolled the ministry of Jesus and his disciples?
Sometimes (most of the time), you have to read between the lines of scripture to discover just how instrumental women were and are in sharing the message of Jesus Christ.
Rev. Whitney unpacks some of the revelations that scripture has for us about why Jesus values the gifts and graces women have for serving God, in this week's sermon.
How routinely, in the wake of disaster or destruction do you hear someone cite tragedy as God's punishment?
How often in your life has a dull or acute fear of a place called Hell caused you to repent and promise God you will live your life differently?
Or, how many times have you declared yourself unworthy of God's love?
These questions stem from wrestling with the role of sin in our lives and where God meets us.
Last week we celebrated the resurrection. And this week we consider why some folks might doubt the power of the risen Christ.
Thomas, one of Jesus' disciples, has earned as reputation as the doubter-- unconvinced and unmoved by his fellow disciples' accounts of the resurrection. We explore what Thomas' disbelief might reveal about our own belief.