“Prayer and faith are not separate realities that are merely mutually dependent or exist side by side. Prayer is always closely connected with the reality of faith; it is the meeting of a person with God in faith, and finally, it is a form of actualization of faith.” -Father Tadeusz Dajczer- The Gift of FaithRead More
Why is Jesus called the Light of the World?
The world can be a dark place but there is a beautiful hope to be found in Christ Jesus. He is the light of the world and I would love to explain a few reasons why this is so.Read More
You are enough.
It’s a popular sentiment because it sounds so good. We want to believe it. It’s the centerpiece of many self-help philosophies. You are enough. But it’s wrong.Read More
Christians were made to be part of a community. We can pull some truths from the analogy of sheep to God's people in the Bible to understand more deeply why this is so.Read More
“but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. “ Isaiah 40:31Read More
Our beliefs influence our lives and the decisions we make. However, there’s one core set of beliefs that’s more powerful than anything else in directing our life’s decisions. These are the beliefs we have about our identity.Read More
The most famous Passover meal is best known as The Lord’s Supper. This Seder meal marked the last time Jesus ate with his disciples before his arrest and crucifixion. Observed for over 4,000 years, Passover is the oldest known religious ritual in Western history. While Passover is a part of Jewish cultural and faith traditions, it has relevance for Christians as well.Read More
Stepping into the unknown is seldom comfortable. Yet, we do it every day.
But somehow life has a way of lulling us into a false sense of control. Maybe it’s those routines we love.
Those patterns we find ourselves repeating day after day.Read More