Current Tag: God’s kingdom

“I’m pregnant!” Father Michael Renninger, pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia, overheard his 67-year-old mother say on the telephone. He, of course, was confused. Later his mother said to him, “Michael, didn’t...
“Have you ever felt used? It’s a crummy feeling to be treated as a pawn or stepping stone in someone’s plan, as an unwilling object used for another’s benefit or pleasure. It’s dehumanizing and it’s...
“When my son, Elijah, was about 12, he decided to read the Bible…from beginning to end…The Bible is full of stories of God’s people doing very strange and wrong things. He would come down the...
“What kind of government do we want?” asks Ryan Ahlgrim, pastor of First Mennonite Church of Richmond, Virginia. Ahlgrim continues, “We’re not alone in this…even the ancient Israelites wrestled with this question.” In today’s passage,...
The disciples and Jesus were walking and talking. Then “he suddenly started floating, rising up into the sky, away from them, away from them all over again,” says Rev. Dr. Amy Butler, Interim Senior Minister...
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