Where you read Scripture matters. With whom you read Scripture matters. Here Pastor Ryan explains there are three different places we read the Scripture from – Reformation, liberation and liturgical.
In this sermon, Pastor Ryan proclaims trees to be humanity’s greatest enemy. For thousands of years we have tried to mimic trees. However, Jesus, in the parable of the mustard seed, insists that the church is called to be a weed, not a tree.
Baptism reflection, January 14, 2018Glennon Heights Mennonite ChurchBetsy Headrick McCraeScripture passages: Mark 1:9-11 and Ephesians 4:1-6One body and one SpiritBeing a Christian is never a solitary endeavor. We’re in this together. In thewords of the Apostle Paul: “There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called tothe one hope of your calling,
In this passage, Jesus uses 4 different words related to seeing or looking. blepete idhte agrupneite grhgorh Don’t worry, there’s not going to be a quiz on the Greek stuff. blepete comes from blepw, the general purpose NT word for see But it also carries a connotation of the ability to see, not blind. Like
Message for World Fellowship Sunday, January 25, 2015Glennon Heights Mennonite Church Scripture passage: Matthew 6:9-13 and 25-34 I am a baptized believer. What does that mean? What difference does it make?What is baptism all about anyway? It’s something doesn’t seem to happen among us asmuch or as regularly as it used to. Why is that?