If you take a look at a piece of sea glass, you will notice the worn edges of it and the color, you can feel a texture and the thickness of it. You can examine it as a treasure, knowing that is completely unique and embracing the fact that it is unique and that each of us, no matter how we are made are unique and wonderfully made.
This year we have been faced with the fragility of life, and now more than ever we need time to heal and recover from what we have been through.
Tonight we focus on the elements of earth, fire, air and water as we understand how each can be used to transform dust into something beautiful and amazing.
(this is a transcript of the message) Today I want to talk about the Psalm and I also want to…
What do we need to open ourselves up to in order to be in a deeper relationship with God? Because when we do that, our lives are transformed, our relationship with God grows deeper and we can see God’s presence in the world.
There are so many things that we do through our prayers, our presence, our service, and our witness to others, and we do that to serve God in this world.
This is Jesus’ house call to you. He says, follow me and I will teach you how to fish for people. Follow me. And I will make you fishers for people. Follow me and your life will never be the same.
He said to him, ‘If they do not listen to Moses and the Prophets, they will not be convinced even if someone rises from the dead.’ — Luke 16:31