From a Hershey Chocolate factory to a potter’s workshop, modern and ancient metaphors help us understand that God seeks to remold and make us to be perfect — the perfect kiss.
For United Methodist Women Sunday we welcome Julie Supplee, Executive Director of the House of Refuge, a non-profit organization that ministers to homeless men, women and families.
Pastor Gary reflects on the spiritual tension between faith and works.
Jesus warns about the danger of replacing God’s truth with man’s traditions.
Living a Spirit-filled life.
Jesus said, “I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats of this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give for the life of the world is my flesh.”
Jesus is the Brad of Life, our “manna in the wilderness” and God’s saving act of salvation.
Paul states that we (the Church) are the body of Christ and are to be his presence in the world.
Like all of us, Jesus needed to rest. But his rest was a spiritual rest that came from God.
In the Bible, dance is a metaphor for a life lived in faith.