As we enter Lent let us practice our faith in such a way as to let our light shine in the world.
Paul states in his letter to the church in Corinth that he became all things to all people so that he might save some.
The story of the Old Testament prophet Jonah goes beyond the children’s tale of Jonah and the whale to teach us lessons on how we respond to God’s call.
The Old Testament prophet responds to the voice of God. What is our response?
On Christmas Eve, we share in the excitement and anticipation of the birth of the Christ Child.
On this third Sunday of Advent the focus is on the peasant girl Mary who finds favor with God and becomes the mother of Jesus.
John the Baptist heralds the coming of the Messiah.
The opening verses of the twenty-third Psalm offer reassurance that God is with us in every situation.
Jesus confronted the Pharisees over their emphasis on works-righteousness rather than grace.
A passage of scripture from the Old Testament book of Deuteronomy leads us to reflect on how we can show courage in our Christian living.