Monthly Archives: November 2014

What Do You Think?

After exploring Matthew’s parable of the talents (Matthew 25:14-30), each of us was left with the question, what is my image of God? How do I see God? How do I imagine God? Is God harsh and judging like the master in the parable and the God of wrath we heard about in Zephaniah 1:1-18?… Read more

The Ten Bridesmaids

Since Sunday, have you reflected further on the parable of the ten bridesmaids in Matthew 25:1-13? Have you asked yourself: where do I find myself in the story? Do I identify with the wise bridesmaids or foolish ones? Why? Do I only identify with one side or the other or both? Do I ever find… Read more

Remember saints we have loved and lost, and also complete strangers who live the values of God’s kingdom by serving others

As we celebrated All Saints’ Day on Sunday, we remembered not only the saints we have loved and lost, but also complete strangers who live the values of God’s kingdom by serving others. Today, we see thousands of examples in West Africa among the medical personnel and everyday people who are dealing with the Ebola… Read more