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God is totally unfair – in terms of God’s economy, God’s way of doing things – totally unfair!
There is never a good outcome to our holding onto the crippling effects of unforgiveness
Christ’s call is for us to know how we are obliged to be loving others and to be owning too how we are loved
Exodus 3: 1-15
Just why does ‘unity’ ever matter?
From where do you draw your strength?
Our faith is about so much more than any theoretical statements we may make about what we are currently choosing to believe, or not…
July 23rd Worship
Welcome Rev Dr John Burton
Genesis 22: 1-14
That’s what Biblical Lamentation does. It moves us from a place of appropriate and necessary venting and complaint to conversation and request, and finally to a place of trust and calm.
And so, we must be shocked as we digest Jesus’ words in today’s text – it’s meant to shock us!
Are we meant to see ourselves as the harvesters or the harvested?
Our reading touches on the clean hearts but dirty hands with which we are called to live.
As Jesus-reclaiming followers of the Christ, let’s shine.
You and I are called away from our roles as spectators to the role of central characters in God’s work.
In a world where there seems to be so much that puts us out of step, today we are going to be revisiting ‘the unforced rhythm of God’s grace…’
Acts 17:22-31 We have two readings today. The first, just one verse, describes our purpose as Christ-followers and how we are empowered to do so.
God’s sacred presence, in Christ, is in everything, everywhere…
We are looking today at a very powerful, but I believe often missed, pearl of our faith: the suffering love of Jesus Christ.
This is about God’s Spirit empowering the very ordinary efforts of ordinary people to effect God’s extra-ordinary results.
I’m not sure what those disciples expected from their encounter with the resurrected Jesus.
Easter Sunday at Trinity United Church in Vernon, BC
They had ‘great expectations’, and who can blame them?
Worship at Trinity United Church with Rev. Heather Burton
Fourth Sunday of Lent, healing of the blind man.