The Holy Spirit leads Philip to speak with a eunuch from Ethiopia. This crosses all kinds of social boundaries and shows the inclusive power of the Good News.
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A reflection on the violence in our streets, racial injustice, and the imprecatory Ps
A six-week online course that explores Paul’s letter to the Galatians and how it fits into the story of Acts.
Watch the drawing process of the crucifixion from A Cartoonist’s Guide to Luke. This was drawn in both the ComicDraw App and the Procreate App on the iPad Pro. The video ends with a reading of the story from Luke 23.
Listen to a reading of Holy Week in the Gospel of Luke set to the images from A Cartoonist’s Guide to Luke.
A lost sheep, a lost coin, a lost son. These are three parables that Jesus tells in Luke 15. He told them in response to the criticism he received from the religious leaders. They scorned him for hanging around with tax collectors and sinners. This sermon looks at these stories from the perspective of the older brother. He resented the “lost son” and didn’t thing he deserved to be found. How often do we feel that way about “those people?”